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2014 CGP Spring Training Conference

The Coalition for Government Procurement's spring event helps procurement experts find success in the federal market.

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Cameron Leuthy stops by Federal News Radio's booth at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, 2014.

Federal Drive co-host Tom Temin was on site to conduct interviews with conference attendees.

Cameron Leuthy, senior budget analyst at Bloomberg Government, spoke with Tom about which agencies are buying and what they need. Listen to Tom's interview with Leuthy via the player below.

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BGov's Cameron Leuthy speaks with Federal News Radio at the CGP training event.

Leuthy is a senior budget analyst at Bloomberg Government.

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Richard Levi, counsel to the GSA's inspector general, talks to Federal Drive co-host Tom Temin.

Listen to Levi's interview with Tom via the player below.

While at the conference, Levi participated in a panel discussion titled, "Oversight and Enforcement - The OIG Perspective."

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Richard Levi, counsel to the GSA's inspector general, poses with Federal Drive co-host Tom Temin.

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Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, welcomes attendees to his organization's Spring Training Conference.

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The audience gathers for the Coalition for Government Procurement's Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

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The audience listens to Cameron Leuthy speak on the topic "Selling in the Federal Market -Who's buying and who's not" at the Coalition for Government Procurement's Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

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Cameron Leuthy speaks on the topic "Selling in the Federal Market -Who's buying and who's not" at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Angela Styles, left, partner at Crowell & Moring, moderates the Oversight and Enforcement - The OIG Perspective Panel with Richard Levi, counsel to the General Services Administration's inspector general, and Maureen Regan, counsel to the Veterans Affairs Department's inspector general.

The panel was part of the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference.

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Richard Levi, left, counsel to the General Services Administration's inspector general, and Maureen Regan, counsel to the Veterans Affairs Department's inspector general, participate in a panel at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Angela Styles, partner at Crowell & Moring, moderates the Oversight and Enforcement - The OIG Perspective panel at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Angela Styles, partner at Crowell & Moring, moderates the Oversight and Enforcement - The OIG Perspective panel at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Steve Schooner, Nash & Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law and co-director of the Government Procurement Law Program at The George Washington University Law School, delivers the keynote address at the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference.

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The Coalition for Government Procurement hosted its 2014 Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
Refreshments await participants of the Coalition for Government Procurement's 2014 Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
An ornate chandelier illuminates the Coalition for Government Procurement's Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
The Coalition for Government Procurement hosted its 2014 Spring Training Conference: Opportunities for Success in the Federal Market on Thursday, April 10, at the Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

(Photo by Shefali Kapadia/Federal News Radio)
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