President of Jefferson Solutions, Al Burman, served on a panel of government and industry procurement experts to discuss RFP-EZ on GovLoop.
Findings from a recent Jefferson Consulting Group report for the Library of Congress were referenced in Karl Schornagel, Inspector General of the Library of Congress' testimony before the Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Oversight.
The House Armed Services Committee requested Dr. Allan Burman to testify on contracting and regulatory issues facing companies doing business with the Department of Defense.
Dr. Burman was invited to discuss his testimony and issues of contracting and regulation on Federal News Radio's In Depth with Francis Rose.
Professional Services Council (PSC) launched the Veterans Affairs Task Force (VATF) to exchange best practices and address VA contracting issues. Jefferson Consulting Group President and CEO, and PSC co-chair, Julie Susman, guides the group through this initiative.
Al Burman, President of Jefferson Solutions, gave advice on how to improve the government procurement system in a recent interview on Federal News Radio.
President of Jefferson Solutions, Al Burman, reviewed, “Source Selection Step by Step: A Working Guide for Every Member of the Acquisition Team” by Charles D. Solloway Jr.’s for a feature in Contract Magazine.
Effective May 5, 2011, Kathy Conrad, Senior Vice President, departs Jefferson Consulting Group after over 17 years of service in order to accept a position in GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies. Federal News Radio has additional details on Ms. Conrad's new role.
President of Jefferson Solutions, Al Burman, reviewed top news stories on Federal News Radio's, "In Depth with Francis Rose."
Kathy Conrad received the prestigious honor of being named one of the 2011 Federal 100 recipients. She was nominated for her significant contributions to the Federal IT community.
Kathy Conrad, Senior Vice President of Jefferson Consulting Group and industry co-chair of ACT-IAC's 2010 Executive Leadership Conference discusses the conference with her government counterpart, Dave McClure of GSA, on Federal Drive.
Federal News Radio's "In Depth with Francis Rose" hosted Dr. Allan Burman, President of Jefferson Solutions, along with a panel of experts, in order to continue the debate on defining inherently governmental functions.
Jefferson Solutions' President, Dr. Allan Burman, talks with Federal News Radio host Larry Allen about challenges faced by the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, such as insourcing, potential impact of Administration priorities on procurement, and how to re-incentivize the acquisition workforce to obtain desirable outcomes.
Dr. Allan Burman, President of Jefferson Solutions, provided his opinion on the effect that OMB Director, Peter Orsag's, departure would have on IT initiatives and acquisition policies in the government.
This Federal News Radio interview including Dr. Allan Burman, President of Jefferson Solutions, examines draft guidance from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy that looks to define what is, and what is not, an inherently governmental job.
Dr. Allan Burman, President of Jefferson Solutions, paired with Federal expert Robert Shea of Grant Thornton to countdown top news stories on "In Depth with Francis Rose" on Federal News Radio.
The Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan requested Dr. Allan Burman to testify on FAIR Act and FAR policies on inherently governmental functions, elements of the Federal Procurement Policy draft document, "Work Reserved for Performance by Federal Employees" that would modify these policies, and his views on the question of whether private security contractors are performing inherently governmental functions.
GovExec also published an article detailing the events of the hearing.
Ms. Julie Susman, President and CEO of Jefferson Consulting Group, provided insight on how government contractors can best navigate the rapidly changing federal procurement landscape in an interview with Bulletproof Blog.
Jefferson Consulting Group announced the appointment of Renee Courtland, formerly of Dutko Worldwide, as a Director to start in early April. Renee will primarily serve the firm's government division, Jefferson Solutions, but will also have an active role with some clients in Jefferson's Federal Business Development division. The appointment was reported in the "People on the Move" segment of CQ.
Ms. Julie Susman, President and CEO of Jefferson Consulting Group, will co-chair PSC's new Department of Veterans Affairs task force with Ernst & Young's Ken Quaglio. The task force has been created to cover procurement and business policy issues throughout VA.
Ms. Kathy Conrad, Senior Vice President of Jefferson Consulting Group, has been appointed as co-chair of the 2010 ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference planning committee. She will serve along side Mr. Dave McClure of General Services Administration.