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Francis' guests are Rob Burton of Venable LLP and Alan Balutis of Cisco.
The Treasury Department's contracting process for legal services under the Troubled Asset Relief Program lacks controls to prevent overpayment.
The idea is to trade one of your acquisition experts to another agency in exchange for one who knows more about a specific procurement need you have.
Who should get first preference for contracts? A new law should help figure that out. Venable's Rob Burton explains it for us.
The federal database of contractor integrity information is about to go public. Rob Burton, the former deputy administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy.
OMB issues a fact sheet detailing successes across the government. Agencies are using fewer risky contracts and achieving more competition. One expert, however, wonders if the insourcing initiative is part of the reason for the changes.
Tags: contracting , Dan Gordon , Chuck Gherardini , John Bashista , OMB , OFPP , EPA , NNSA , Interior , DoD , DHS , Robert Burton , competition , sole source contracting , contracting reforms , acquisition workforce , insourcing , Jason Miller
Rob Burton of Venable helps us answer that question, and tells us about a new program for small businesses.
Rob Burton, former acting administrator of OFPP and now a lawyer with the Venable firm, helps us decode a 50 page memo from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy on what is inherently governmental.