I saw her speak at George Washington University, she had some very interesting ideas and I'm curious to learn more.
ETA: Finally finished this. Anyone who's spoken to me for the last few months has probably realized already how impressed I was by this book. It gives one of the most nuanced views of government contracting that I've seen. Explaining its good points to those who oppose it, and the importance of changing how we do it to those who like things the way they are. The result is a great explanation of the way things currently work, and interesting suggestions for what should be done going forward.