April was full of contract awards, having 15 more than in March. The month was also great for small businesses, with small business awards holding three of the top 10 slots. We count down April's big winners.
Booz Allen Hamilton and InnovaSystems International will square off over tens of millions in potential task orders under a pair of contracts they have won to support the Navy’s Defense Readiness Support System-Navy.
Fifteen companies have won a $900 million contract with the Navy for lifecycle support of interoperable command and control systems. Who's getting ready to compete for millions in task orders?
SAIC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Paragon, Sapient, and SRA International have all won a $184 million contract with the NIH to provide IT support services to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s Information Technology and Applications Center
March 2013 was filled with huge contracts, and the awards came from many different places, going to both large and small businesses. Who won the biggest contracts of March 2013?
Booz Allen Hamilton has won a contract to provide research and development subject matter expertise to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
January was a month busy with personnel changes. Who got promoted? Who went where, and what do they plan on doing there?
One of the U.S. Army's Joint Program Executive Offices awarded 43 contractors its $495 million chemical and biological defense contract. Who were the winners?
January saw some large multiple-award contacts and a couple single awards worth $600 million and above. Who were the month's big winners?
Booz Allen Hamilton has won a slew of contracts from the U.S. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for program management and technical services.
Booz Allen Hamilton announced the retirement of Francis "Jimmy" Henry, who runs the company's civil business and a 35-year vet.
Booz Allen, SAIC, URS and Whitney Bradley and Brown have won contracts to support the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Energy and Environmental Readiness Division.