Small biz wins $12M biometric on the go contract

    General Technical Systems has won an $11.8 million Navy contract to develop a prototype of a mobile non-contact biometrics system. Read More


    14 set to chase $500M in satellite work

    Four companies have been picked by the Air Force to compete for task orders under a $494.9 million contract for hosted payload solutions. Read More

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    CMS quietly makes $7B contract award

    The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare have been making awards under its $7 billion RMADA contract for research and analytics work, so far only one company has gone public as a winner. CMS hasn't made its own announcement yet. Why nada on RMADA? Read More

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    Private equity makes a SaaS play

    Vista Equity Partners buys Social Solutions, a maker of a SaaS platform to improve the delivery of human services programs. Read More


    GSA considers adding cloud services to Schedule 70

    The General Services Administration might create a new single category for cloud computing services on IT Schedule 70, but it wants some feedback first. Read More


    Cray wins next gen nuclear supercomputing work

    Cray Inc. wins $174 million contract to provide a supercomputer to the agency in charge of security the U.S. nuclear stockpile. Read More

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    Raytheon gets second shot at border security contract

    GAO has given Raytheon a second chance to win the Integrated Fixed Tower contract won by EFW Inc. in February after finding flaws with DHS' evaluation process. Read More


    6 win $300M armament research contract

    Six companies, including several from the 2014 Top 100, have won spots on a $300 million contract for research and engineering support to improve Army armament systems. Read More


    Jacobs wins $18.3M sole source Air Force contract

    Jacobs Technology Inc. has won an $18.3 million sole-source contract to provide the Air Force with engineering and technology support services. Read More


    Army fast tracks biometric intell lab

    The Army wants to establish a systems integration lab to improve biometric intelligence and contractors have just five days to respond to the sources sought notice. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    What the World Cup teaches us

    The last month has been full of great sports stories, none more spectacular than the World Cup. Here are a few business lessons the world of futbol can teach us. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    GD adds WIN-T capabilities, brings hope to Afghan doctor far from home

    My doctor is from Afghanistan and a recent conversation with him made General Dynamics' announcement that it has expanded some WIN-T capabilities a little more poignant in my book. Read More

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