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Joseph Jordan Leaves White House to Join FedBid as Public Sector Head; Ali Saadat Comments

Joe Jordan
Joe Jordan

Joseph Jordan, formerly administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, has joined e-commerce services provider FedBid Inc. as president of its public sector business.

He will aim to help expand the company’s federal customer base in the online marketplace and drive business growth in state, local and education markets in his new position, FedBid said Friday.

Ali Saadat, FedBid CEO, said Jordan brings to the company 20 years of experience in enterprise and government procurement, contracting and business processing.

Jordan is credited with helping the U.S. government save a record amount of money from contracting programs as OFPP chief.

Before leading the OFPP, he worked for the Small Business Administration and oversaw efforts to improve the federal government’s small business contracting performance.

FedBid aims to help business, government and educational organizations increase savings, efficiency and transparency through its online acquisition service.

@FedBid hires ex-#OFPP administrator Joseph Jordan as public sector business head #GovCon

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  1. Joseph Jordan is a great man, I wish him well, what he did formerly administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy will neither be forget, I wish him well in his next job. Ned Corkery. P.S. OBAM was true luck to Mr.Jordan on his side.

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