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Procurement Policy Admin. Gordon: Expect Inherently Governmental Definition by Close of Month

Government contracting executives clamoring for clarification on what constitutes “inherently governmental” may get their wish, according to FierceGovernmentIT.

Speaking at a breakfast put on by the Coalition for Government Procurement, Office of Federal Procurement Policy administrator Dan Gordon indicated he was planning to draft a policy letter defining “inherently governmental functions” by the end of the month.

“The goal is to get public comment, eventually finalize this OFPP policy letter and then be sure everyone knows the rules of the game and that we are providing concrete guidance for the government and for the industry,” said Gordon.

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