Fed-turned-academic is now back helping the Defense Department

A leading academic program concerned with federal acquisition has become something of an advisor to the government. To the Defense Department in particular. The Center for Government Contracting, part of George Mason University’s business school, has won a contract. It will help the under secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering review the contracting activities of DARPA and of the defense laboratories. Joining the Federal Drive with the details, center executive director Jerry McGinn.