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OFPP Admin Dan Gordon Stepping Down, Will Join GWU Law School

Dan Gordon

Office of Federal Procurement Policy Administrator Dan Gordon will step down from the post he’s held since September 2009 to take up a position at the George Washington University Law School, the White House announced Tuesday.

Gordon will become associate dean for government contracts law at GWU’s law school.

Office of Management and Budget Director Jack Lew announced Gordon’s departure on the White House blog.

Lew cited Gordon’s work on the White House’s Campaign to Cut Waste, which Lew said reformed the way the government buys goods and services. Gordon also focused on developing the acquisition workforce at agencies.

“I want to congratulate Dan on his move to GW later this year where as Dean Gordon he will continue to use his expertise in the world of federal procurement,” Lew wrote.

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