Federal Procurement Changes

There have been so many changes in the procurement environment in the past 12 months — and most people expect more changes in the coming year. On Thursday...

There have been so many changes in the procurement environment in the past 12 months — and most people expect more changes in the coming year. On Thursday, AFFIRM will hold a panel of procurement experts looking at the changes ahead. That panel will be moderated by Robert Burton, the former administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. He is now a partner with the Venable law firm. We spoke to him earlier about some of the changes to task orders.Click to hear the interview.

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