In an effort to bring about change in the small-business contracting world, the Air Force looks into financially rewarding good work.
NCI and partner Raytheon will upgrade the Air Force’s Distributed Common Ground System’s analysis and reporting capabilities.
The proposed budget adheres to legislated constraints but also offers contractors opportunities if they know where to look and how to go after them.
Top tier integrators will provide systems engineering, software and C4I support.
Contractor assistance will enable the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division to improve the Joint Electronic Warfare Effects Laboratory and Electronic Warfare Arena products.
Most IT investments will go toward modernization efforts and cybersecurity, according to Steven VanRoekel.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to slash federal IT in some areas but expand its use when it can streamline government operations. The budget also includes an overall 8-percent reduction in Small Business Administration technical assistance programs.
Acquired firm specializes in submarine photonics systems, visual-landing aids, electro-optical and sensor-cueing systems.
Services include nuclear-related technical assessments for the assistant secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs.
The Air Force is proposing debarment for the company's San Antonio office after issues arose.
Acquisition of Evolvent gives ManTech a spot to support the Air Force Medical Service.
The task orders are worth $4.3 million for cloud computing design and development as well as operations and maintenance-support services.
The contract calls for transitioning essential personnel and equipment into nearly one million-square-feet of labs, administration facilities and headquarters offices.
Under a $73.2 million contract, the Navy’s 185 surface ships will receive engineering, logistics and other services.
The battle for task orders is about to begin under the latest generation of the Air Force's DESP contract. Who made the final cut?