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Former officials from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy say agencies need to get out of the ditch they have dug for themselves by taking multiple-award contracts the wrong way.
Allan Burman, former administrator of the Office of Procurement Policy and the president of Jefferson Solutions, tells FederalNewsRadio that he's not surprised by the effort to reform the contracting process.
This week's Federal News Countdown, featuring the top three most important Federal news stories of the week.
The "In Depth" weekly countdown of the biggest Federal news stories of the week.
A team of experts on government management and performance assesses the first year of the Obama administration.
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