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...Joe NeurauterChief Procurement Officer, Department of Housing and Urban Development Joe Neurauter now serves as the Chief Procurement Officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.He formerly was the Director for the Office of Acquisition Integrity and also served as the Suspension and Debarment Official, Office of the Chief Acquisition Officer, United States General Services Administration.He is a graduate of the University of Georgia, having received his BBA, cum laude, in 1970 and his Juris Doctor in 1973.He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.Joe was formerly the Clerk of Court and Judicial Advisor for the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals.Joe retired as a Colonel, Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Army, in 1998, after 24 years of service.His assignments included Chief Trial Judge, U.S. Army Trial Judiciary; Staff Judge Advocate, Fort Lee, Virginia; Executive Officer for the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency, Appellate Military Judge in Washington, DC; Trial Judge in Europe; and various other assignments covering the full spectrum of the Army's legal practice in various locations to include Fort Gordon, Georgia, Kwajalein Missile Range, Fort Ord, California, and Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
military service, Joe
attended the Judge Advocate General's
Basic Officer and Graduate Courses, and the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth
has received several awards recognizing his
performance in the Army
to include the Legion of Merit (3 awards), Meritorious Service Medal (3 awards), Army Commendation Medal (2 awards), Army Achievement Medal (2 awards), and the Army Superior Civilian Service Award. While serving as Appellate Military Judge for the U.S. Army Court of Military Appeals, Joe authored numerous published opinions and participated in more than 300 appellate cases.As trial judge, Joe presided over criminal trials that ran the full spectrum of crimes, to include several cases arising from the Aberdeen Proving Grounds incidents in 1996.He was responsible for the publication of a new Judge's Benchbook, used by military judges in all services as a trial guide.Joe
proposed and successfully secured the adoption of a rule giving tenure to military trial and appellate judges.