The Coalition for Government Procurement Endowed Scholarship Fund



The Coalition for Government Procurement

Endowed Scholarship Fund

In recognition of the 35th anniversary of The Coalition for Government Procurement (“the Coalition”), The George Washington Law School and the Coalition have established The Coalition for Government Procurement Endowed Scholarship Fund.

The fund will support scholarships to assist qualified veterans enrolled in The George Washington University in pursuing a graduate degree with a concentration in the field of U.S. government procurement.  The Coalition has been a long-time supporter of organizations that assist returning warriors and veterans.  George Washington University is unique in its offering of Masters level programs covering federal procurement.

Endowed scholarships create a lasting legacy of support by providing funds for financial aid in perpetuity.  Please join us in this campaign to honor the 35 years of work of the Coalition for Government Procurement and to support our veterans seeking to focus their professional careers in the field of US government procurement.

About the Coalition for Government Procurement
The Coalition was founded in 1979 to advocate a common sense approach to government contracting.The Coalition is an association of firms selling commercial services and products to the Federal Government.  Coalition members collectively account for approximately 70% of the sales generated through the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedules and Government-wide Acquisition Contracts programs. The membership is also responsible for about half of the commercial item solutions purchased annually by the Federal Government. The Coalition is the only association of its type with a membership spanning a broad cross section of service and commodity types.  

For more information on the Coalition, membership, events and opportunities visit the CGP’s website, follow us on Twitter or find us on Facebook.

If you have questions about the scholarship fund please contact:
Margaret A. Shepard
Director of Development
GW Law
2000 H St., NW
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-0287

GW Law's Neal Couture, Director of Government Procurement Law and Business Programs (right) proudly accepts a check of support from Roger Waldron, President, Coalition for Government Procurement (left) during the 2nd Annual Joseph P. Caggiano Memorial Golf Tournament.