• Nick Wakeman

    USIS to fight GAO decision

    USIS says it will fight back against a decision by the Government Accountability Office that potentially will strip it of a $210 million contract. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • AIR FORCE

    Defense Research Associates wins $23.5M contract to develop collision warning system

    Defense Research Associates has won a $23.5 million contract to help the Air Force build a new collision warning system that uses existing sensors. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    National Library of Medicine seeks search system update

    The National Library of Medicine wants to replace its LocatorPlus, an online public access catalog, with a state-of-the-art discovery and delivery system. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Lockheed to provide common F-35 air system to Israel under $7.7M contract

    Lockheed Martin has won a $7.7 million contract with the Navy to develop a Common F-35A Air System for the government of Israel. Read More

  • FEDERAL 100 AWARDS

    Nomination period for Fed 100 awards now open

    The nomination period is now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards, which honor individuals who have gone above and beyond their job descriptions to make a broader impact on the federal IT community. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army wants input on potential $185M asymmetric warfare contract

    The Army wants feedback from small businesses about a potential $185 million contract for its Training and Doctrine Command Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG). Read More

    Comments: 1
  • M&A

    BAE Systems makes $232.5M commercial cyber deal

    BAE Systems has acquired Perimeter Internetworking Corp. in a $232.5 million deal that helps BAE grow its Applied Intelligence commercial cyber business. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Road to recovery gets tougher for USIS

    USIS faces an uphill battle to save its business now that the Government Accountability Office has ruled that the company can't be considered "responsible" as long as a Justice Department investigation hangs over its head. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • OPINION

    BD success rests on culture, strategy, leadership

    Culture, strategy and leadership are interlinked in every successful BD organization and business development expert Lee Cooper explains to make those three elements work together to drive your company's success. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    Two companies win contracts to provide O&M services

    Two companies have won contracts to provide the Defense Logistics Agency with operations and maintenance services. Read More

  • OPINION

    The future of government technology and the role of the IT department

    The changing role of federal IT departments will allow federal agencies to become more efficient and effective, even while facing ongoing budget challenges, says Mel Stockwell, deputy chief cloud strategist, VMware Public Sector. Read More

  • M&A

    Booz Allen closes health care deal

    Booz Allen Hamilton has acquired the health care unit of Genova Technologies in a move that bolsters the company's health business. Read More

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    We offer an exclusive analysis of why some of the biggest procurements in the market have struggled with delays and bid protests. It's not a pretty picture, but Charles Shafer of Red Team Consulting says there is some hope for improving the bid and evaluation process. Read More

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    There may be a lot of talk about acquisition reform, but the biggest challenge might be changing the underlying procurement culture instead of changing the rules, writes PSC President Stan Soloway. Read More

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