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PSC’s David Berteau on Impact of COVID-19 on Contractors, Lessons From Current Situation


David Berteau, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council and a two-time Wash100 awardee, told Government Matters in an interview posted Thursday about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on contractors. "The numbers that you see in contract obligations, while it’s not everything the government does, we think it’s reflective of a dampening effect elsewhere and we really need to counter that,” Berteau said. “The priority is on keeping people working, the priority is on keeping the government operating and in order to do that, you have to obligate the available appropriations at a normal pace.”

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David Berteau, CEO of Professional Services Council, Selected to 2019 Wash100 for US Government Procurement, Funding Push

Executive Mosaic is pleased to introduce David Berteau, CEO of the Professional Services Council, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for leading the efforts to improve the government’s procurement and funding issues. This marks the second Wash100 award for Berteau in the last three years.  

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PSC Cites Possible Impacts of Govt Shutdown on GovCon Firms; David Berteau Comments

The Professional Services Council has notified government contractors of the potential impacts of a government shutdown on their staff and operations. PSC said Friday those impacts include the unavailability of agency contacts to accept deliveries or offer guidance to contractors; lack of contractor personnel’s access to needed facilities on government …

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David Berteau of CSIS: 2010 defense budget heating up

Congressional activity over the 2010 defense budget is heating up. On July 30, the House of Representatives passed a defense spending bill for fiscal year 2010 that included money for four programs the Obama administration opposed. Now it’s up to the Senate to come up with a version of the …

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