GPO Fills Management Positions
The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has named Jane Sánchez as director of library services and content management (LSCM) and Kerry L. Miller as deputy general counsel.
As director of LSCM, Sánchez will provide management support for implementation of strategic programs and operations in the Federal Depository Library Program, in partnership with depository libraries and in collaboration with other GPO business units. Sánchez has 35 years of library and information management experience with the Federal Government and the private sector. Sánchez came to GPO from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) where she managed nine operational divisions. She and her staff provided research to support the department's litigation, and senior management offices for the Attorney General and Solicitor General. Sánchez spent 17 years working in the private sector at BNA Corporate Headquarters where she developed and implemented several digital information initiatives including: BNA's first internal website, an online database for customers, conversion of print reference directories to online searchable databases for Federal and state courts, judges, and clerks, and creation of a single repository of all primary legal resources. Sánchez hold a Juris Doctorate Degree from The American University's Washington College of Law, a Master's Degree in Library Science from Simmons College in Boston, and a Bachelor's Degree from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
"GPO welcomes Jane and her experience with implementing information technology initiatives in the library community," said Mary Alice Baish, superintendent of documents. "Jane has outstanding accomplishments from her career in both the public and private sector and I am looking forward to utilizing her information technology skills to advance the mission of the Federal Depository Library Program and GPO."
Miller returns to GPO as deputy general counsel. Miller is responsible for supervising the activities of all professional and administrative employees of the Office of General Counsel, rendering legal advice and counsel on questions and interpretations of laws, regulations and administrative policies affecting the GPO, and serving as the agency's Ethics Officer. Miller started his legal career at GPO in 1980 where, holding various positions until leaving the agency in 2006 for the Federal Transit Administration where he served as assistant chief counsel for general law. During his time at GPO, Miller primarily served as GPO's senior procurement law attorney where he provided advice to agency officials on contract formation and contract administration issues, represented the agency in contract appeals before the GPO Board of Contract Appeals, defended Government Accountability Office bid protests, and coordinated all administrative suspensions, debarments, and affirmative litigation involving GPO contractors. He also served as a Board of Contract Appeals judge and was the GPO's first Chief Acquisition Officer. Miller earned his law degree from Catholic University and his undergraduate degree from George Mason University.