• Nick Wakeman

    Top failure factors for government contracts

    Our latest WT Insider Report explores the top reasons government contracts fail, and while we find some good news for contractors, there are plenty of areas that need improvement. Read More

  • NAVY

    General Dynamics bags $57M in Navy awards

    General Dynamics Bath Iron Works has picked up two Navy fleet support awards worth a combined $57 million. Read More


    Interactive Process Technology nabs $8.2M WHS modification

    Interactive Process Technology has won an $8.2 million modification to a broad-ranging support contract for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. Read More

  • NAVY

    3 Phoenix picks up $9M torpedo warning modification

    3 Phoenix Inc. has won a $9.1 million modification to a Navy torpedo warning system support contract. Read More

  • NAVY

    Northrop wins $25M Navy minesweeping support modification

    Northrop Grumman has won a $25 million modification to a Navy minesweeping support contract. Read More


    Kratos wins $6M in radar, electronic warfare simulation orders

    Kratos Defense and Security has won a $6 million in orders for radar and electronic warfare simulation and related product orders. Read More


    State puts eyes on virtual desktop needs

    The State Department has asked industry for input on the key specifications and requirements it should consider in a strategy for buying virtual desktop software solutions for thin client workstations. Read More


    TASC taps Mark Forman as VP, IT services, cloud initiatives

    TASC has named Mark Forman vice president for IT services and cloud initiatives, where he will help shape the company’s solutions in cyber, cloud and mobile computing and data analytics. Read More

  • M&A

    Jacobs buys Verizon Federal Network Systems unit

    Jacobs is acquiring Verizon Federal Network Systems in a bid to increase its capabilities in the classified world, while Verizon continues its focus on its enterprise business in the public sector. Read More

    Robert Davis

    Good leaders don't forget about community

    Companies succeed, fail or muddle along as a team of people, not as a resource pool waiting for wisdom from the top. How do you lead your organization? Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Has the Air Force dodged a bullet with NetCents 2 protests?

    The Air Force now faces nine bid protests over its NetCents 2 Network Operations contract awards, but there are some positive signs that the Air Force might be in a good position after all. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    SI makes blockbuster deal for most of QinetiQ North America

    The SI Organization is buying most of QinetiQ North America as the latter company's British parent looks to back away from the U.S. services market. Read More

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