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WH Orders Agencies to Review Existing Contracts Before Asking for New Ones

The White House has ordered procurement executives at federal agencies to prepare analyses to ensure they are not duplicating an existing contract before releasing a solicitation. The Office of Federal Procurement Policy released guidance Thursday, saying agencies must begin developing business cases for establishing or renewing government-wide contracts, multiagency contracts …

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Daniel Gordon Named OFPP Chief

Daniel Gordon was confirmed by the Senate to be the administrator of the federal procurement policy for the Obama administration on Nov. 21, 2009. The position has been empty for over a year, and Gordon’s nomination was one that moved very rapidly through the Senate. According to Federal Computer Week, …

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Daniel Gordon

Gordon is currently the GAO Acting General Counsel. In this role, he manages 150 attorneys who support GAO’s work. Before Acting General Counsel, Gordon was managing associate general counsel for GAO’s Procurement Law Division, as well as the assistant general counsel for it Legal Services Division. Gordon is the current …

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