Vice President Biden announced that $4 billion worth of broadband grants and loans are now available under the recovery act.
The Homeland Security Department has awarded the $1.5 billion PACTS contract for professional services.
The largest operator of Registered Traveler designated lanes at U.S. airports has unexpectedly ceased operations.
A subcommittee of the Virginia Senate Finance Committee plans meeting for June 29 to look into Northrop Grumman's $2 billion contact with the state.
A huge outsourcing contract is missing its deadlines to transform Virginia's information technology infrastructure.
Taking work from the private sector should be done deliberately and based on facts, not innuendo and rhetoric, according to a new report.
DHS' new mandatory reviews of professional service contracts: A good idea or too tough to do?
Vangent has won a five-year, $15 million contract to help the Office of Personnel Management administer the federal employees’ health benefits program.
Defense agency spending for engineering and integration, data-sharing networks, and communications transmission services dominated contract award news in May.
Airport executives are asking Congress not to disrupt an existing biometrics program that would be converted to full competition if new TSA legislation is passed.
A roundup of the news stories that captured the most traffic in May.
In a year of transition, government contractors should expect flat budgets for the next few years, according to FedSources.
EDS Corp. will manage the technology infrastructure for the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fishery and Forestry under a five-year, $61 million contract.
US Investigations Services has acquired Labat-Anderson, a professional services firm that provides litigation support and information systems to government agencies.
The General Services Administration wants input from large and small companies capable of providing managed hosting services that would support automated federal acquisition.