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Report: Anne Rung Appointed White House Procurement Office Lead

Anne Rung, chief acquisition officer and an associate administrator at the General Services Administration, has been appointed leader of the White House’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy, FCW reported Monday. Mark Rockwell writes that Rung will succeed Joe Jordan, who left the government in January and now serves as public sector …

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OFPP Memo Mandates Agencies Use Central Acquisition Workforce Training Info Repository

The Office of Federal Procurement Policy has directed civilian agencies to use a central repository maintained by the Federal Acquisition Institute that contains training and certification info on acquisition workers. Increased use of the Federal Acquisition Institute Training Application System is intended to give both the FAI and OFPP a government-wide view …

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Administration Wants to Cap Contracting Executive’s Pay at President’s $400K Salary; Joe Jordan Comments

The U.S. government has proposed federal contractors’ salary be tied to that of the President’s $400,000 annual pay, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. Jill Aitoro writes the current method for setting the executive compensation cap is by using the median compensation of the five highest paid executives of publicly traded …

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Joe Jordan: OFPP Receives Strategic Sourcing Ideas

Joe Jordan, administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, said Wednesday the Strategic Sourcing Leadership Council wants to include more commodities such as information technology and laboratory equipment in strategic sourcing. The SSLC submitted proposals to the OFPP last month on ways to extend the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative …

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Profile: OFPP Admin Joe Jordan

Joe Jordan serves as administrator at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, having been confirmed by the Senate in May to succeed Dan Gordon. According to the White House, Jordan is responsible for implementing acquisition policies covering more than $500 billion in annual federal contract spending. Prior to this position, …

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