Since 1960, GW has provided a rigorous curriculum spanning the inter-disciplinary reaches of government procurement education. Today, the federal government's annual acquisition of services, supplies, and construction accounts for more than $500 billion. State and local government procurement adds significantly to the volume of government procurement and the associated legal practice opportunities. As the global marketplace becomes more fluid and integrated, knowledge of international and comparative public procurement becomes increasingly vital. The evolution of the World Trade Organization has sparked fresh dialogue about the role of public procurement for both developing and developed countries. Our diverse course offerings and expert full-time and adjunct faculty are empowering the future leaders and policy-makers in the acquisition community here and abroad.
Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contracts: Time to Correlate Practice and Policy? 32 Nash & Cibinic Rep. ¶ 44 (2018)
Steven L. Schooner, Nash & Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law and Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program
(with Professor Andrea Sundstrand of the University of Stockholm and Professor Michael Bowsher of King’s College, London) Tale of Three Regulatory Regimes -- Dynamic, Distracted and Dysfunctional: Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States
Christopher R. Yukins, Lynn David Research Professor in Government Procurement Law; Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program
(With Kathleen Clark.) Opinion, Pruitt May Be Gone, But Trump Administration’s Ethical Void Remains, The Hill, (July 9, 2018)
Jessica Tillipman, Assistant Dean for Field Placement; Professorial Lecturer in Law