George Washington University essentially created and leads the field of academic government contracting education. As it says of its Government Procurement Law Program,
"Established in 1960, the Government Procurement Law Program is the only one of its kind in the United States. Established by Professors Emeritus Ralph C. Nash, Jr. and John Cibinic, Jr., the program offers unparalleled faculty resources, course offerings, and professional development opportunities. The program's full-time faculty –Professors Joshua Schwartz, Steven Schooner, Christopher Yukins, and William Kovacic – offer students years of experience in the federal government and the private sector. In addition to its classes, the McKenna Long & Aldridge "Gilbert A. Cuneo" Government Contracts Moot Court Competition, and the Public Contract Law Journal, the Government Procurement Law Program also offers colloquia and symposia addressing evolving issues and presenting esteemed speakers from academia, government, and private practice."
It offers an LL.M. in Government Procurement Law, an LL.M. in Government Procurement and Environmental Law as well as an M.S. in Government Contracts (but see this blogger's disenchantment with the M.S. program, even though his blog site is also mention in the list of Government Contracts blogs).