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Todd Anthony

Director, Office of Procurement Operations

Todd A. Anthony is the Director of the Office of Procurement Operations at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). As the Director, Todd serves as the OPM Senior Procurement Executive and is responsible for the management direction and oversight of all processes and operations governing OPM’s acquisition system.

Prior to joining OPM, Todd was the Executive Program Manager within Personnel Vetting at the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. Todd also served as the Transition Federal Manager, National Background Investigations Bureau (NBIB) where he managed efforts to transition the Background Investigation (BI) mission, including all NBIB personnel, operations, and assets, to the Department of Defense. Todd also served as Deputy Head of the Contracting Activity at NBIB and led efforts to strategically plan, negotiate, award, and administer best-in-class contracts in support of the BI mission.

Todd entered the federal acquisition workforce as a Contract Specialist at the U.S. Department of Education (Department), Federal Student Aid. He subsequently served in several positions at the Department including as the Associate Director of Enterprise Procurement Initiatives, Department Acquisition Career Manager, and as the Department’s representative to the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council.

Prior to entering federal service, Todd was Vice President and General Counsel of Marmara Corporation, a construction company that specializes in high-end commercial, residential, and hotel development.

Todd has a juris doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law and dual bachelor’s degrees in history and political science from Auburn University. He is a member in good standing with both the New York State and District of Columbia Bars. Todd is both an Excellence in Government and American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council fellow.

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