Congress is planning to forego appropriations bills for fiscal 2013 in favor of passing a six-month-long stopgap spending measure that would maintain 2012 funding levels though March.
Navy to receive infrastructure and application service integration support by July 2013.
Serco wins a $38 million contract modification to provide transition services to all U.S. Army soldiers.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'
Booz Allen Hamilton will provide training for the Royal Saudi Naval forces into July 2013.
Three requests for proposals are in the approval stage as the Air Force works to consolidate its enterprise resource planning systems.
Missle Defense Agency to procure radar upgrades over next five years from Raytheon.
Raytheon Co. to provide Army with battlefield information systems.
Red River to provide technical and professional engineering services for Cisco products to the U.S. Army.
Cutting the defense budget gets overwhelming support from the public, but where specific cuts should be made is open to debate.
The Navy pushes up against 3,000 awardees under its hugh SeaPort-e procurement.
Too much suspicion of contractors makes procurements too expensive. What four steps does DOD need to take?
Boeing backs out of the competition for an Air Force contract as it focuses on more strategic work.
A third firm has joined the ranks of those crying foul over the Air Force's NetCents 2 small business awards.
The Air Force's beleagured NetCents 2 contract faces another round of bid protests.