Simplifying Federal Acquisition: A Conversation with Anne Rung, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget

 

Simplifying Federal Acquisition: A Conversation with Anne Rung, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget

Monday, July 18th, 2016 - 8:58
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The federal government spends almost $450 billion annually to buy basic goods and services. Today more than ever, the government must ensure that it spends money wisely and eliminates waste and abuse of taxpayer dollars.

With more than one out of every six dollars of federal government spending going to contractors, it is imperative that the federal government leverages its buying power, drives more consistent practices across federal agencies, shares information, and reduces duplication while providing better results for the American taxpayers.

The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) in the Office of Management and Budget plays a central role in shaping the policies and practices federal agencies use to acquire the goods and services they need to carry out their responsibilities. Anne Rung, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, OMB, joined me on The Business of Government Hour to discuss federal acquisition: why it is so complex, category management and its promise, driving innovation in acquisition, and efforts to strengthen government- industry relationships. The following is an edited excerpt of our discussion, complemented with additional research.

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