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OMB Procurement Chief Leaving Administration
Dan Gordon, the head of the Obama administration's Office of Federal Procurement Policy for the past two years, is leaving his post, the Office of Management and Budget announced Wednesday. Gordon is slated to become associate dean for government contracts law at the George Washington University Law School. "On Dan's watch, spending on federal contracting decreased for the first time in more than a dozen years, coming in $80 billion less than it would have had contract spending continued to grow at the same rate as it did under the previous administration," OMB Administrator Jack Lew wrote in a blog post.

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