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In Depth Show Blog - Jan. 20, 2014
Monday - 1/20/2014, 4:34pm EST
Associate Dean for Government Procurement Law Studies
George Washington University
The top job at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy is open once again. Joe Jordan's last day was Friday. Some of his priorities, like strategic sourcing and aquisition workforce training, still have a long way to go. Dan Gordon, the associate dean for government procurement law studies at George Washington University Law School, was Jordan's predecessor as OFPP administrator. He offers his take on what the administration's procurement priorities should be going forward.
Two announcements from Capitol Hill may dramatically change the way you do your job — and how you get compensated for it. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.), the ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committeem, is leaving at the end of this session of Congress. Meanwhile, Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) won't run for re-election. David Hawkings, senior editor of Roll Call, joins In Depth with more from Capitol Hill.
Federal News Radio
Many federal employees are off work today and able to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King. But some federal employees can't tell the difference. They're working anyway. Federal News Radio Senior Correspondent Mike Causey writes about those people in his column today. He says, you can really tell it's a holiday in D.C.
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