Government Contracts

GW Law’s moot court success continued at the final round of the 2013 McKenna Long & Aldridge “Gilbert A. Cuneo” Government Contracts Moot Court Competition. 
Daniel Cook, JD ‘13, received the first place award in the W. Gregor Macfarlan Excellence in Contract Management Research and Writing Program. The contest focuses on theoretical and empirical papers relevant to the practice of contract management. Mr. Cook’s paper will be published in the Journal...
The Hon. Frank Kendall, under secretary of defense for acquisition technology, and logistics—the Department of Defense’s senior acquisition official—explained the department’s “Better Buying Power” initiative and responded to questions and comments during the event.
In September, Professor Christopher Yukins conducted a weeklong course on anti-corruption in procurement for the International Anti-Corruption Academy, located just outside Vienna, Austria. The course was coordinated with the U.N. Office of Drugs and Crime and supported by funding from the Siemens...
GW Law’s Government Procurement Law Program hosted a spring program featuring Stuart W. Bowen Jr., special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction (SIGIR), who spoke about lessons learned from his nine years of service.  The program, co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of...
With the adoption of GW’s new strategic plan, “Vision 2021,” GW Law joined with the School of Business to create an interdisciplinary graduate degree program, directly supporting one of the four pillars of the strategic plan: innovation through cross-disciplinary collaboration. 
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