Gregory Madden (’99) Serves as Keynote Speaker at Major Conferences

Gregory Madden (’99), Managing Member of Orlaithe Consulting, was the keynote speaker at the National Veterans Small Business Coalition’s VETS 19 Conference (May 29 – 31, 2019 in San Antonio). He will also serve as keynote at the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program Summit (September 23 – 25, 2019 in Chicago). Orlaithe Consulting provides its life sciences and biopharmaceutical clientele with assistance on pharmaceutical pricing calculations and the establishment and administration of national contract vehicles with the federal government.

As a Managing Member, Greg represents Orlaithe at speaking engagements across the country sponsored by CBI, The Coalition for Government Procurement, and other organizations. He served as the Conference Chair for the 2018 ACI “Big Four” Pharmaceutical Pricing Bootcamp in New York, NY; spoke at the 10th Annual Federal Pricing and Reporting Conference; and hosted the CGP 2018 Public Law Pricing Updates for Covered Drugs webinar. Greg is the 2019 co-chair of the CGP Healthcare – Pharmaceutical subcommittee.

Greg is a former VA Procurement Law Attorney for the VA Office of General Counsel, Warranted Contracting Officer, and FSS Chief, Contracting Branch for the VA NAC 65IB Federal Supply Schedule program. Among other responsibilities during his 11-year tenure with VA, Greg was the Chairperson of the Public Law 102-585 Policy Group; Project Lead in charge of modifying all Schedule 65IB contracts to incorporate the annual pricing updates required by Section 603 of the Veterans Healthcare Act of 1992 (Public Law 102-585); and the VA’s primary point of contact for resolving contractual discrepancies with VA’s Pharmaceutical Prime Vendor.

As a Warranted Contracting officer, Greg executed 100+ FSS contracts and 1,000+ modifications on behalf of the Government under all nine (9) Schedule programs.

Prior to his employment with the Government, Greg was a manager of 50 legal editors at an online legal research and database organization. He also worked as in-house corporate counsel for a national engineering consulting firm.

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