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OFPP Nominee Joseph Jordan Visits Lawmakers For Confirmation Hearing

The White House nominated Joseph Jordan to replace Dan Gordon as Office of Federal Procurement Policy administrator in February. Now Jordan awaits congressional approval to take Gordon’s place as the acquisition head, Federal News Radio reports. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, …

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Obama Nominates Joseph Jordan OFPP Director

President Obama has nominated Joseph Jordan director of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, according to a White House announcement. Upon congressional approval, Jordan will succeed Dan Gordon, who took up a teaching position at George Washington University‘s law school. Jordan currently serves as a senior adviser to acting OMB …

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Strategic Sourcing: GSA’s Path of Choice

Although the federal government will increase the importance of price when awarding contracts for goods and services in an upcoming era of tightened budgets, the government’s lead agency for acquiring resources sees this new era as a “sweet spot” for it to get agencies good value for their purchases according …

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OFPP Admin Says Fed Contractor Work Bill Promotes Insourcing

A recent bill that would limit contractors’ from completing work that is considered an inherently governmental job “sweeps away sensible and thoughtful,” Office of Federal Procurement Policy Administrator Dan Gordon said to Federal Computer Week. The bill that Gordon, senators and White House officials seem to be disagreeing on is …

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OFPP Admin, VA Acquisition Exec Win Greater Washington GovCon Public Sector Awards

Two public officials were honored Tuesday night for their contributions to the government contracting sector at the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, presented by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Services Council and Washington Technology. Dan Gordon, administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, and Michelle Foster, …

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The Obama Administration’s Campaign to Cut Waste

Photo: blackgarbagebags.com The White House is hard at work getting rid of waste: President Barack Obama’s Campaign to Cut Waste requires federal agencies to slash spending by 15 percent by the end of fiscal year 2012, in hopes to save about $6 billion. According to The Washington Post, management support …

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