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Danielle Conway

Law professor sees ways that government can improve its procurement policies

By Christine Donnelly

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 25, 2014

~~<p class="p1">Mention government procurement and Danielle Conway's eyes light up. The University of Hawaii law professor is an internationally recognized expert in the field, dedicated to improving a complex system that, at its best, can deliver strong value for the taxpayers' money, fill the government's needs and open up economic opportunities for a diverse array of business owners, including women and minorities.</p>
<p class="p1">&quot;Procurement policy gets right to the core of government integrity,&quot; said Conway, a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserves who holds a bachelor's degree from New York University, a law degree from Howard University and a master's in law from George Washington University. &quot;It reflects who we are as a society.&quot;</p>
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Mention government procurement and Danielle Conway's eyes light up. The University of Hawaii law professor is an internationally recognized expert in the field, dedicated to improving a complex system that, at its best, can deliver strong value for the taxpayers' money, fill the government's needs and open up economic opportunities for a diverse array of business owners, including women and minorities.

"Procurement policy gets right to the core of government integrity," said Conway, a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserves who holds a bachelor's degree from New York University, a law degree from Howard University and a master's in law from George Washington University. "It reflects who we are as a society." Login for more...



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