Kelly, Casey

Regional Commissioner
Pacific Rim Region (9)
Federal Acquisition Service
U.S. General Services Administration

As Regional Commissioner, Casey is responsible for the strategic direction and the operationalization of the Region, including execution of all FAS programs in the states of Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada, as well as American Samoa, Guam, the U.S. Trust Territories, Mainland Japan, Okinawa and the Republic of Korea. The functional responsibilities under his purview include GSA’s assisted acquisition and personal property operations. He also leads three integrator offices comprising administration, contracting, and customer accounts and stakeholder engagement. Within this expansive geographic footprint, Mr. Kelley provides leadership and support to Central Office reporting portfolios, including network services, fleet, supplier management and general supplies and services. He leads a staff of approximately 83 regional employees as well as providing resources and informal leadership to approximately 166 Central Office reporting personnel. The Region is also home to the Alliant Government-wide Acquisition Contract program and the Travel and Transportation offices. Mr. Kelley has oversight responsibility for approximately $2 billion in goods and services with a combined operating budget of $50 million.

Before becoming the new FAS Regional Commissioner for the Pacific Rim, Casey served as the Director of the Office of Information Technology (IT) Services, responsible for a portfolio of contracts that provide government agencies with a diverse set of information technology solutions valued at over $13 billion annually. FAS provides buying platforms and acquisition services to federal, state and local governments for a broad range of items from office supplies to motor vehicles to information technology and telecommunications products and services. ITC provides access to a wide range of commercial and custom IT products, services and solutions.

Prior to this, Casey spent eight years managing Alliant, GSA’s flagship GWAC and developing the Alliant 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business GWACs. Before this, Casey spent seven years in various leadership positions within GSA’s Assisted Acquisition Service (AAS). In 2009, Casey served on the board of directors of the American Council for Technology (ACT) / Industry Advisory Council (IAC), having established a new ACT/IAC Chapter in San Diego. Also in 2009, Casey was Chairman of the Los Angeles Federal Executive Board (FEB), which consisted of executive leaders from all local Federal agencies in Southern California.

Mr. Kelley has successfully completed the Senior Executive Fellowship Program at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government; earned a Master’s certificate in Project Management from George Washington University, earned an MBA from Pepperdine University; and has also earned a BS degree in Business Administration from San Diego State University.