OFPP Administrator Dan Gordon Announces He Is Stepping Down

Dan Gordon

Today, Office of Federal Procurement Policy Administrator Dan Gordon announced he is stepping down from his post to take a position at George Washington University Law School.

President Barack Obama appointed Gordon, a former Government Accountability Office lawyer, to head the procurement office in September 2009.Gordon is now leaving to serve as the associate dean for government contracts law at the George Washington University Law School.

The news was announced by Office of Management and Budget Director Jack Lew on the OMB blog.

Lew wrote, “Throughout his tenure, Dan has helped agencies focus on strengthening their acquisition workforce, especially by providing training, and driving the administration’s commitment to tightening oversight of contractors, whether through a reinvigorated suspension and debarment process to deal with the ‘bad actors’ whose misdeeds no longer go unpunished, or focusing on the contract management role of contracting officers’ representatives, who help ensure that contractors deliver what they have promised, on time and on budget.”

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