This week’s guest on Off the Shelf is Jessica Tillipman, associate dean for Government Procurement Law & Government Contracts Advisory Council Distinguished Professorial Lecturer in Government Contracts Law & Policy at The George Washington University Law School.

Jessica Tillipman

The GWU Law School’s Government Procurement Law Program is considered the preeminent program of its type in the world. Professor Tillipman highlights the resources and opportunities to students focusing their legal studies on federal procurement law. She also discusses the positive role the program plays in the federal procurement community.

She also shares her thoughts and analysis on a series of procurement issues, including bid protests, the so-called revolving door, and artificial intelligence as applied to procurement operations.

Other topics of discussion include the Supreme Court’s SuperValue civil false claims act decision, the role and purpose of debarment in federal procurement, and teaming in federal procurement.

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