Stottlemyer explains Acentia's vision for acquisitions

    The pursuit of the perfect acquisition of Acentia started with 150 prospects before narrowing down to three targets and finally the closing of one deal, for 2020 Company. But it all started with a clear-eyed vision that CEO Todd Stottlemyer explains step-by-step. Read More

  • M&A

    Big data fuels cross-country acquisition

    Haystax builds on its big data chops with the acquisition of Digital Sandbox and the addition of monitoring and risk and threat analysis capabilities. Read More


    KEYW evolves its strategy on way to dealmaker of the year award

    The four deals KEYW closed last year aren't about critical mass. The company's M&A focus now as a more strategic focus as it builds out its cyber and intell portfolios Read More


    Inside SRA's acquisition strategy

    SRA's acqiusition of MorganFranklin's national security solutions business was about more than just one deal; it points to the company's strategy to expand into new markets, add capabilities and deepen customer relationships. Read More

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    103 deals chasing the next big thing

    Several factors were at play in the 103 mergers and acquisitions that closed in 2012, but two common themes were transformation and anticipation. The prevailing wisdom says that in a market where budget uncertainty rules the day, investing millions in an acquisition might not be a wise use of resources. But government contractors are forever in search of the next hot opportunity. That above all else is what Washington Technology’s annual M&A roundup teaches us. Read More


    Who made 2012's biggest deals?

    We rank the best deals out of 103 that closed in 2012 and call out the ones that had the biggest impact on the government market. Some created new players, while others took established players into new areas, but all are transformative. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Lockheed continues diversification push

    Lockheed Martin is looking to buy another IT company in Australia, as it continues to execute its diversification strategy. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Other investors join battle to buy Dell

    A billionaire and a private equity group have joined the battle against Michael Dell to buy his company and take it private, but the big question is, what will Dell become? Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Nick's picks: 6 questions everyone wants answers to

    Some questions that Editor Nick Wakeman gets asked have easy answers. Many do not, but Nick always has an opinion. Read More

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    GTSI undertakes major rebranding

    GTSI's parent company, Unicom Global, is rebranding the 30-year-old resller as Unicom Government, effectively marking the end of GTSI as a brand name in the government market. Read More

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    MacB acquires research and development division of Luna Innovations

    MacAulay-Brown has acquired the research and development division of Luna Innovations Incorporated. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Asefi brothers take another stab at federal market

    Tom and Tony Asefi mark their return to the federal market after selling GAITS last year. Their new strategy focuses on health IT and telemedicine. Read More

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    In an exclusive for WT Insider members, we are collecting all of the contract awards we cover into a database that you can sort by contractor, agency, value and other parameters. You can also download it into a spreadsheet. Read More

  • Is SBA MIA on contractor fraud? Nick Wakeman

    Editor Nick Wakeman explores the puzzle of why SBA has been so silent on the latest contractor fraud scandal when it has been so quick to act in other cases. Read More