• War College pulls in gaming support under $49M contract

    The Navy War College has hired Network and Simulation Technologies to support war gaming efforts under a $49 million contract. Read More

  • Acquisition

    GSA moves forward commodity IT service

    The General Services Administration is moving forward with Advantage Select, a new system for agencies to buy commodity goods more easily and cheaper. Read More

  • Defense Health Agency contract draws four protestors

    Four losing bidders are unhappy they didn't win a $36.7 million contract to survey Military Health System patients. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    What SRA's IPO says about today's market

    SRA's and Alion's IPO filings say a lot about the conditions of today's market and they say even more when compared to IPOs of a decade ago. Read More

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    Leidos wins $99M Army security contract

    Leidos has been picked to build automated entry points at 35 military installations under a $99 million fixed-price contract. Read More

  • ManTech divests cyber business ... sort of

    ManTech International has sold its commercial cyber business to CounterTack but it is investing there at the same time. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Who did DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen visit in Silicon Valley?

    We have the list and links to the companies DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen visited during his trip to California. It appears his focus was on security, IT management and big data. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Industry groups urge Supreme Court to hear False Claims Act case

    False Claims Act rulings among the lower courts and inconsistent and some threaten to be over burdensome so three industry groups have joined forces to urge the Supreme Court to step and a make a ruling on what should and shouldn't be considered a false claim. Read More

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    NVTC names new board officers

    NVTC has named its new board officers for 2015-2016 and Todd Stottlemyer has been tapped as the new chairman of the board. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    CSC takes another step toward split

    With a new set of SEC filings, Computer Sciences Corp. moves another step closer to separating into two companies. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    DOJ ties IT upgrade to building consolidation

    The Justice Department is moving in parallel to upgrade its desktop infrastructure while it undertakes several building consolidation efforts. The result could be a wide-ranging IT opportunity. Read More


    3 Phoenix tapped for open architecture work

    3 Phoenix Inc. will provide engineering services for software development of commercial products and engineering under an $8.7 million Navy contract. Read More

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