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Our dedicated acquisition professionals deliver world class, customer-focused acquisition services with the highest degree of integrity and the cooperative effort of our partners.


Our vision is to be the best acquisition organization in the Federal Government--best people, best practices, best performance.

Strategic Priorities:

  •  TO BE THE ACQUISITION SERVICES PROVIDER OF CHOICE for all of the IRS and Department of the Treasury to fulfill mission requirements. (Customer Perspective)
  • TO OBTAIN, TRAIN AND RETAIN THE BEST PEOPLE to provide world-class customer-focused acquisition services to fulfill mission needs. (Employee Perspective)
  • TO HAVE THE BEST AND THEN CONTINUALLY IMPROVE OUR BUSINESS PROCESSES to enhance our employee's ability to provide world-class customer-focused acquisition services that fulfill mission requirements. (Business Process Perspective)
  • TO BE THE BEST ACQUISITION ORGANIZATION IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT in providing world-class customer-focused acquisition services that fulfill mission requirements. (Business Results Perspective)


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Phone: 240-613-8500

Management Team:

Jake Hansen, Director, Procurement
Angie Sweitzer, Deputy Director, Procurement
       Mary Killion, Chief, Workforce Management & Support Services
Joe Gregory, Director, Office of Business Operations
      Cindy Lynn, Deputy Director, Office of Business Operations
      Anthony (Tony) McCoy, Chief, Field Operations Branch, Midstates Area
      Peter DiNicola, Chief, Field Operations Branch, Northeast Area
      Dotti Hunter, Chief, Field Operations Branch, Southeast Area
      Vacant, Chief, Field Operations Branch, Western Area
Michael Crawford, Director, Office of Electronic Procurement
Bobby McCane, Director, Office of Information Technology (IT) Acquisition
      Tyuana Bailey, Deputy Director, Office of Information Technology (IT) Acquisition
           IT Services and PRIME Contract Support
      Patrick Bergin, Deputy Director, Office of Information Technology (IT)
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Barry Kearns, Director, Office of Procurement Policy
Chris Rodgers, Director, Office of Strategic Acquisition Initiatives
Jeff Jackson, Director, Office of Treasury Procurement Services


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