Anna Urman is a Senior Procurement Analyst at the US Department of State Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. She is a leading research analyst specializing in government procurement policy and market analysis. She supports the US Department of State in meeting and exceeding its small and set-aside business goals, assisting vendors, and ensuring regulatory compliance.
Anna has successfully managed and contributed to custom research efforts for Fortune 50 Corporations, small businesses, and federal agencies. The insight gained through Anna’s research enabled her clients to anticipate and stay abreast of regulatory and legislative changes that would affect the government contractor community.
Anna has extensive primary research experience, both qualitative (subject matter expert interviews) as well as quantitative (surveys, statistical analysis).
Anna is the former Director of the Virginia Procurement Technical Assistance Center (Virginia PTAC) and the South Fairfax Small Business Development Center – both federal grant-sponsored programs of George Mason University.
Anna has received a BA in Political Science and Rhetoric/Communications from Hofstra University. She holds a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center and has performed post-graduate work in Government Contracts Law and Intellectual Property Law at George Washington University Law School.
Anna lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband and daughters. She is active in local politics and dog rescue.