GSA's New Green Guru

The General Services Administration has found an official to head up its efforts to aid agencies in complying with President Bush's executive order earlier this year requiring the government to cut its energy consumption. That person is David Bibb, GSA's deputy administrator, who will serve as the agency's designated senior environmental official under Bush's order. Through its supply schedules, GSA notes, the agency sells agencies "everything from environmental assessments and energy

management programs to recycled paper, fluorescent lighting, paints, chemicals [and] pollution-prevention systems."