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Episode 57: Job Order Contracting (JOC) as an Alternative Project Delivery Method
We welcome the researchers of a recent Project Delivery Method Study to discuss the results and implications for the future of public sector construction projects. The research study was sponsored by Gordian and completed in tandem with the NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement.
Ep. 56 - How DC DOEE is Using ARPA Funds to Improve Energy Performance of Local Buildings
We are joined by several leaders from the DC Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE). This in-depth discussion goes into the agency's overall mission, DOEE's plans for use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, the creation of a new retrofit accelerator program, and much more.
Rapid Learning and Supplier Discovery in Public Procurement
Angelic shares details about her journey through public procurement, her experience standing up COVID-19 testing in her first days on a new job, and the importance of building a trustworthy network of procurement peers.
Exploring Access, Affordability, and Adequacy in Broadband Infrastructure
Wisconsin is one of several states who has pledged a portion of their American Rescue Plan Act funds improving broadband infrastructure for their communities. To dive into the topic of broadband infrastructure, we were joined by Alyssa Kenney, Director of Digital Access at the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Wisconsin.
Gordian's Bill Pollak Discusses Adaptation to Virtual Solutions and the Future of AI in Contracting
As the public procurement landscape has evolved over the past 30 years, Gordian has been able to adapt its offering to best serve governments, schools, and communities. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Gordian President Bill Pollak to unpack how the company has been able to adapt to the nation’s changing needs.