Adam Neufeld has over ten years of experience in the federal executive branch working on areas including budgeting, procurement, innovation, technology, sustainability, and infrastructure. Most recently, he was the Deputy Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration, the second-highest official at an agency that helps agencies procure over $50 billion in goods and services, develops government-wide technology solutions, and manages office space for over a million federal tenants. In that role, he helped chart the government's strategy and policy on procurement, sustainability and technology, including creating a cadre of 200 technology develops and designers called 18F that consult and build tools for dozens of agencies.
Prior to joining GSA, Adam served as a Senior Advisor to the head of the Office of Management and Budget. In this position, he worked on both budgetary matters and efforts to improve government management, including acquisition, technology and personnel policy. He lead inter-agency groups and drafted Presidential memoranda on topics ranging from procurement to loan programs to performance management.In addition, he has worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Co., with a focus on serving the federal government.
Previously, he was an attorney at the Department of Labor working on appellate matters as well as a special assistant to the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission.
He graduated from Brown University and Harvard Law School.