Who won February's biggest contracts?

    February saw a dip in activity compared to January, but it still turned out to be a good month for government contracting. Who won the biggest contracts this month? Read More

  • ARMY

    IBM wins $8.5M contract for Army training system

    IBM Corp. has won an $8.5 million option to continue work on the Army Learning Management System. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Lockheed prevails in bid protest fight; here's why

    GAO's decision against Booz Allen Hamilton and SRA International and in favor of Lockheed Martin offers some good pointers about what to make sure you include in responses to solicitations. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Protest season opens for OASIS

    So far, 10 companies have filed protests because they were not included in the pool of 123 OASIS contracts that went to small businesses. Read More

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  • NAVY

    Leidos nabs $7.3M Navy contract to support mental health research

    Leidos has won a $7.3 million contract to provide research services for behavioral health and epidemiology projects at the Naval Health Research Center’s Behavioral Sciences and Epidemiology Department. Read More

  • ARMY

    D&S Consultants wins $8.7M IT contract at Guantanamo Bay

    D&S Consultants has won a $8.7 million contract to provide information technology operations and maintenance support services to the Army at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read More


    CDW-G signs $40.5M licensing agreement with DOD for Adobe software

    CDW-G has won a $40.5 million joint enterprise licensing agreement with the Defense Department to expand its access to Adobe software. Read More

  • NAVY

    Four to provide training for Naval program offices

    Four contractors have won contracts to provide training for program offices at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific’s Training Development and Support Center. Read More

  • NAVY

    SAIC wins $33M anti-terrorism contract

    SAIC has won a $33 million option to provide the Navy with anti-terrorism/force protection global sustainment at Navy regions around the world. Read More


    DHS wants mobile biometrics in border agents’ hands

    Border Patrol officials want the ability to collect biometric and biographical information on people that agents catch or encounter in the field. Read More

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