Tag Archives: GMU

Jerry McGinn: Federal Government Adopting ‘All-of-the-Above’ Approach to Acquisition

jerry-mcginn-federal-government-adopting-all-of-the-above-approach-to-acquisition

Jerry McGinn, executive director of the Center for Government Contracting at George Mason University’s School of Business, said the federal government is implementing an “all-of-the-above” approach to procurement as it responds to the coronavirus pandemic, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. “They are doing [Other Transaction Authorities], they are doing contract ramping, commercial production, they are doing things like the Defense Production Act, so lots of different efforts,” McGinn said of federal agencies.

Read More »

George Mason University GovCon Center Names 10 New Members to Advisory Board

George Mason University’s School of Business has announced the addition of 10 new members to the advisory board of its Center for Government Contracting. “These additional appointments continue our efforts to diversify the composition of the center’s board, from small to large firms, whether products or services, and with business and government representation,” Jerry McGinn, executive director of the Center for Government Contracting, said in a statement released Tuesday.

Read More »

FBI Enlists GMU To Test Cloud-Based Android Apps

The FBI plans to award George Mason University funds for automated testing of Android applications in a cloud environment, according to a July 12 FedBizOpps post. Earlier this year, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded GMU a grant for similar work through the agency’s Engineering Highly Adaptive Resilient Software Systems …

Read More »