Lockheed Martin Corp. has unveiled a program intended to save money and trim the number of its directors and vice presidents, according to a company statement dated July 6.
A comprehensive training and development curriculum that focuses on 17 key points will boost business development skills and capabilities, says Bill Scheessele of MBDi.
A Senate measure would require a training and certification program to teach the acquisition workforce about small business set-aside programs.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will provide operational support for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s regional preparedness exercises under a 20-month, $5.5 million task order.
The government spends $7.9 billion annually on sophisticated cybersecurity measures, but agencies too often ignore the basics of protecting files, according to a new survey.
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc. has won a five-year, $49.9 million contract to continue providing range support services at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Dahlgren, Va.
There's no resolution in sight for the shrinking talent pool of federal employees who have the expertise and knowledge to handle the ever-increasing number of government procurements.
World Wide Technology Inc. will assist in the largest consolidation of military medical training in Defense Department history, thanks to a two-year, $27 million contract for technical and supply chain assistance.
The Air Force has awarded L-3 Communications LLP a $20.9 million contract option to build another technologically advanced F-16 Mission Training Center.
Developers of the Top 25 list of programming errors include DHS, NSA, MITRE and the SANS Institute, and they hope to have the list included in standard contract language that would help make software developers accountable for the security of their products.
General Dynamics Corp. will provide a variety of technical support and training advisory services to the Army under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $387 million.
CACI International Inc. will assist the Navy and Marine Corps with logistics analysis and training support under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $190 million if all options are exercised.
When government contractors and some federal agencies seek advice on tricky technical problems or program training, they often turn to the nonprofit Systems and Software Consortium Inc.
Training is critical — and the quickest way to master business development skills.
General Physics Corp. has added to its training portfolio with the acquisition of PerformTech, which develops custom courseware and training solutions for government agencies.