OFPP's Gordon Says Goodbye to Government Service

November 2, 2011

Dan Gordon, current administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, has accepted the position of associate dean of government procurement law studies at the George Washington University. He starts his academic career on Jan. 1.

"GW Law is a world-class venue for teaching, research and writing about government contracting. I am returning to a community that I know and cherish," Gordon said in a press release from the university.

The announcement comes the day after Gordon received the public sector partner of the year award as part of the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards program on Tuesday night. He was hailed for his commitment to an open dialogue between government and industry, particular for his "myth-buster" program to teach procurement officials how much flexibility they have in communicating with contractors to develop and manage contracts. 

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