Booz Allen's year includes a bevy of new contracts, a focused cyber effort and a return to the commercial market.
SPAWAR Support includes command and intelligence systems analysis, upgrades and training.
The consulting company regains full eligibility to compete for contracts and accepts responsibility for ex-employee’s actions.
The Air Force adds more ceiling space to the $9 billion NetCents contract.
With a protest cleared up, VSE can begin work on ship transfers.
The Air Force is proposing debarment for the company's San Antonio office after issues arose.
Improved deployment of direct consulting staff and growth in billable expenses spur growth.
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?
New Cyber Solutions Network was created to help outpace cyber criminals.
The nine will compete for tasks in systems engineering, information assurance and program management among others. Who made the cut?
The company’s announced layoffs will affect an unknown number of senior and middle managers.
Inspector General used a technical evaluation process that found a contract favored the incumbent.