• Nick Wakeman

    Top 2015 trends in government contracting

    Take a listen to a recent interview of Editor Nick Wakeman on Mark Amtower's Amtower Off Center radio show where they talk about trends in the market and what to expect in 2015. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    $1.6B DISA-VMWare agreement hits bid protest storm

    A number of companies are crying foul over a DISA plan to sign a DOD-wide licensing agreement with VMWare. The protesting companies say the agreement is too broad and will restrict competition. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    TSA considers improvment to risk assessment capabilities

    The Transportation Security Administration wants better analytics and ssearch to bolster its risk assessment activities. Read More

  • NAVY

    Engility wins $27.6M contract to support Navy platform integration systems

    Engility has won a $27.6 million contract to provide product and technical support to the Navy. Read More

  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    SAIC, SupplyCore win $500M in contracts for logistics support

    The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded two contracts totaling $500 million – one to SAIC and another to SupplyCore – to take care of its Tailored Logistics Support Prime Vendor Program for the southwest region. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army looks to boost environmental management system

    The Army wants to improve the efficiency, productivity and costs of its Headquarters Army Environmental System that manages the quality of training lands and facilities. Read More

  • NAVY

    Nexagen Networks to provide engineering support under $15.9M contract

    Nexagen Networks has won a $15.9 million contract to provide engineering support to the Defense and Homeland Security Departments. Read More

  • CONTRACT AWARD

    Leidos lands $12B U.K. logistics contract

    Leidos went across the pond to land its biggest contract win, a $12 billion pact to manage logistics for the British armed forces. Read More

  • OPINION
    Mike Parkinson

    Lack of trust costs D.C. $38M

    A issue of trust between the D.C. government and its contractor cost the city $38 million, and there's a lesson there for all of us. Read More

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  • ARMY

    Defense Engineering wins $13.3M contract to support Army IT agency

    Defense Engineering Inc. has won a $13.3 million contract to support the U.S. Army Information Technology Agency. Read More

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