FedBid fights back against reverse-auction critics

    Reverse auctions have absorbed a fair bit of criticism recently and FedBid, as the reigning king of the reverse auction space, has taken a few blows – but the company’s president, Joe Jordan, is fighting back. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    More protests for NetCents 2 NetOps

    More unsuccessful bidders have filed protests with GAO, objecting to the Air Force's award decisions for the $5.8 billion NetCents 2 NetOps contract. Is it headed for more trouble? Read More

  • FEMA

    Apprio wins $20M contract to support FEMA center

    Apprio has won a $20 million contract to provide consulting services to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Read More


    Alion wins $17.7M task order to fight IED threats

    Alion Science and Technology has won a $17.7 million task order to provide the Defense Department with engineering, science and technology expertise to help defeat IED threats. Read More

  • GSA

    GSA releases RFI on Networx replacement

    The General Services Administration has taken another step in developing the follow-on to the Networx telecommunications contract, and they are looking for input from industry. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    First NetCents NetOps protest filed

    The first protest over the $5.8 billion NetCents 2 NetOps contract has been filed. The clock is ticking, but more protests are expected. Read More

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  • ARMY

    NCI wins $19.4M task order to support Army engineering directorate

    NCI Inc. has won a $19.4 million task order to support the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command, Fort Detrick, Md., Engineering Directorate. Read More

  • NAVY

    A-T Solutions nabs $23.5M task order for counter-IED training

    A-T Solutions has won a $23.5 million task order to support the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command in counter-IED and IED defeat integration and force protection training. Read More

  • NAVY

    HP, Navy claim early NGEN success

    The Navy and HP are hitting some early milestones for NGEN ahead of schedule, as the $3.5 billion contract moves forward. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Booz Allen protest offers lesson for incumbents

    Booz Allen Hamilton wasn't successful in unseating Jacobs Technology on a Navy IT contract, but the battle and protest offers lessons for both incumbents and challengers. Read More

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