State Department cancels it's $2.1 billion HITSS 2 procurment and instead will use the GSA schedule to buy a variety of IT products and services from small businesses.
The Defense Department is collecting information from small businesses as it tries to develop a contract to support work on HIPAA compliance.
The National Institutes of Health expands the number of product categories and changes the cloud services to be offered under its $10 billion Chief Information Officer – Commodity Solutions contract, via a revised statement of objectives.
Haystax builds on its big data chops with the acquisition of Digital Sandbox and the addition of monitoring and risk and threat analysis capabilities.
TASC Inc. will provide cost-estimating services to the Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command under a $40.5 million contract as the Navy tries to improve its decision-making processes.
Four small businesses have captured spots on DISA's IT Enterprise Support Services contract, known as DESS, and one winner has already picked up a task order worth $111 million.
M&A SPECIAL REPORT
We rank the best deals out of 103 that closed in 2012 and call out the ones that had the biggest impact on the government market. Some created new players, while others took established players into new areas, but all are transformative.
M&A SPECIAL REPORT
Several factors were at play in the 103 mergers and acquisitions that closed in 2012, but two common themes were transformation and anticipation. The prevailing wisdom says that in a market where budget uncertainty rules the day, investing millions in an acquisition might not be a wise use of resources. But government contractors are forever in search of the next hot opportunity. That above all else is what Washington Technology’s annual M&A roundup teaches us.
DISA awards a $45 million contract with no competition to Alliance Technology Group to build a private cloud for an unnamed intelligence agency.
FALSE CLAIMS ACT
CDW-G will pay $5.7 million to settle allegations that it improperly charged for shipping, sold goods from China and under-reported sales to GSA.
The Securities and Exchange Commission are weighing four different approaches to how it will procure operations and maintenance and modernization services for its online Edgar database of financial filings.
In part two of our Q&A with Lockheed Martin's Linda Gooden, she talks about her roots, and what the future might hold.
As she approaches retirement, Lockheed Martin's Linda Gooden shares the challenges, triumphs and principles that shaped her career leading the largest IT contractor in the government market.
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, SAIC lays the groundwork for creating two publicly traded companies, one called SAIC, the other Leidos. The filing covers the structure of the new SAIC, market challenges and revenues.
Wyle wins a $1.76 billion recompete at NASA that lands the company its largest contract award to provide health and science support to human space flight operations.