Procurement Council | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Procurement Council

This Council provides a forum for Chamber members to identify, recommend, and develop policy priorities and proposals that simplify the government contracting process and facilitate greater private sector involvement in providing the public sector with goods and services.

 

 

This Council provides a forum for Chamber members to identify, recommend, and develop policy priorities and proposals that simplify the government contracting process and facilitate greater private sector involvement in providing the public sector with goods and services.  Through the Council's activities, the Chamber continues to promote an efficient, streamlined procurement process that is beneficial to both the private and public sectors.

Government Contracting Policies

Recent Activity

Above the FoldAug 25, 2017 - 10:00am
Tom Donohue and Mike Pence

Chamber Snapshots: The Second Quarter of 2017 in Photos

Tax reform, health care, regulatory reform, and international trade have all been priorities for the Chamber in the second quarter of this year. From events to testimonies and everything in between, it's been a busy season at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Scroll along to see photo highlights from the second quarter. 

EventJul 29, 2015 - 8:00am to 11:05am

Defense Acquisition Reform with Keynote by Sen. John McCain

The Chamber's Procurement Council will host a Defense Acquisition Reform event, with a keynote address by Sen. John McCain, Chairman, Senate Armed Services Committee. Panel discussion will follow.

CommentMar 18, 2015 - 4:45pm

Comments to GSA on the draft definition of “recruitment fees” to supplement FAR Case 2013-001

On behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to submit comments at this early stage on the drafting of a definition for the term “recruitment fees” to supplement the new anti-trafficking regulations (FAR Case 2013-001) published on January 29, 2015, to implement E.O. 13627 and the End Trafficking In Government Act.