Daniel M. Jacobs named a Director of the Procurement Round Table
Friday, November 19, 2010
Posted by: Kim Lauer
M. Jacobs, CPCM, CMC, CEO/Chairman of The Federal Market Group, has been named
a Director of the Procurement Round Table (PRT) for a five-year term beginning
December 2, 2010. The PRT is a nonprofit organization chartered in 1984 by former Federal
acquisition officials concerned about the economy, efficiency, and
effectiveness of the Federal acquisition system. Its Officers and Directors are
private citizens who serve pro bono with the objective of advising and
assisting the government in making improvements in Federal acquisition.
Recognized as one of the nation’s leading
authorities on public contracting, Jacobs is Chairman/CEO of The Federal
Market Group (FMG), a veteran owned company, that includes Government
Business Solutions (GBS), Federal Market Publishing (FMP), and The Federal
Market Institute (FMI), Washington, D. C. based organizations providing
professional training, research, publishing and consulting services to
government and industry in public contracts management. FMG also includes The EuroMarket Group
based in Brussels, Belgium and FMG Middle East in Tel Aviv.
He is a Fellow, past National President (1987-88),
recipient of The Charles A. Dana Distinguished Service Award, the Honorary Life
Member Award and a member of the Executive Advisory Council of the National
Contract Management Association (NCMA).
He is Chairman Emeritus, Board of Trustees, of the non-profit
foundation, Contract Management Institute (CMI). He is a member of the Project Management
Institute (PMI), a member of the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC), a
member of the Professional Services Council (PSC) and he is a Life Member of
The American Legion.
Jacobs recently released his latest book, The Art of the Possible: Create an Organization with No Limitations. Published by Federal Market Publishing (FMI)
and Amazon.com; rated by Foreword Clarion Reviews with five out of five stars,
and as "an excellent playbook for business
leaders, entrepreneurs, MBA students, or others interested in applying a
systematic, practical approach to creating a successful organizational culture
that focuses on the potential.” Available
on line at amazon.com.
Deana Travis, Vice President