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The Federal government is increasingly relying on private sectors contractors to get its work done. We’ll talk about the risks, benefits, and some of the longer term implications of this trend.
- Larry Allen Executive Vice President Coalition for Government Procurement
- Robert O'Harrow Investigative reporter, Washington Post and author of "No Place To Hide"
- Daniel Guttman Fellow, Johns Hopkins Center for Study of American Government, former special counsel to senate oversight of contracting, and co-author of The Shadow Government
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