Stephen Arginteanu prepared a note where he registers his work experience. He is the new member of the Board of Directors of Aquarius. Stephen was appointed in June of 2016 replacing Sofia Feremburg.
I worked for the United States General Services Administration for thirty-nine years.
> I started out as a procurement agent trainee in the Federal Supply Service in a Central Office Division located in New York. Procurements covered the national supply needs of civilian agencies and the military for paper supplies and office products. Four years later I was a Unit Chief. Several years after that, I was an Assistant Branch Chief. Several years later I was asked to transfer to the Public Buildings Service and I accepted. A year later, I was the Branch Chief of Building Services which covered procurements for Federal buildings and leases in New York, most of New Jersey and Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. About 10 years later, I was promoted to the position of Service Center Director of several very large and some medium size Federal buildings in New York City and a Courthouse in White Plains. I was responsible for supervising Contract Specialists, Engineers, and Building Managers. Sadly, one of my Buildings was 6 World Trade Center. I was responsible for all service contracts and also any construction and repairs under 2.5 million dollars with some exceptions above that.