OMB Office of Federal Procurement Policy

Daniel I. Gordon was confirmed as the Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy on November 21, 2009. As the Administrator, Mr. Gordon is responsible for developing and implementing acquisition policies supporting over $500 billion in federal spending annually. Prior to joining the OFPP, he spent seventeen years at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and served as Assistant General Counsel in the Legal Services Division and Managing Associate General Counsel in the Procurement Law Division before being appointed Deputy General Counsel in 2006 and Acting General Counsel in April 2009.

Before joining GAO, Mr. Gordon worked in private practice handling acquisition-related matters. Mr. Gordon holds a B.A. from Brandeis University, an M.Phil. from Oxford University, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. He has also studied in Paris, France; Marburg, Germany; and Tel Aviv, Israel.

Before joining OFPP, Mr. Gordon served as a member of the adjunct faculty at the George Washington University Law School and is the author of articles on procurement law and the bid protest process at GAO.