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Administration’s Proposal on Disclosing Contractors’ Political Donations Not a Hit on the Hill

Following a House oversight hearing yesterday about a draft executive order requiring government contractors to disclose political contributions, the administration’s proposal is continuing to plummet in popularity — on both sides of the aisle. A draft of the proposed executive order began circulating a few weeks ago, instantly drawing the …

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OFPP’s Gordon to Testify in Contractor Donations Hearings; Subpoena Averted

Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Darrell Issa has dropped plans to subpoena Office of Management and Budget officials, Politico reports, after the White House announced Office of Federal Procurement Policy Administrator Dan Gordon would testify before the committee in hearings dealing with government contractors’ political donations. …

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John Brosnan

John Brosnan served as senior procurement counsel of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee before retiring Dec. 31, 2009. As counsel, Brosnan provided advice and expertise as Congress contemplated acquisition reforms that became law in 2008.

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