• CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army plans $135M set-aside R&D IDIQ

    Small business have until March 3 to respond to the solicitation for the Army's five-year, $135 million research and development engineering services contract. Read More

  • WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES

    Veris Group wins $44M contract to provide information assurance services

    Veris Group has won a $44 million contract with Washington Headquarters Services to perform commercial information assurance services. Read More

  • ARMY

    Six3 nabs $12.8M to provide intelligence support services

    Six3 Intelligence Solutions has won a $12.8 million contract to support the Army in Afghanistan. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Vistronix taps new president of national intelligence sector

    ‘Vistronix has named Paul Falkler president, National Intelligence Sector. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Peerless Technologies wins $67.7M contract to support F-22 aircraft

    Peerless Technologies has won a $67.7 million contract to provide the Air Force with F-22 division advisory and assistance services. Read More

  • CONTRACTS

    GSA bans OASIS BPAs (wink-wink)

    GSA says no to blanket purchase agreements under OASIS, but then again, there are alternatives that get the same results. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    CSC loses fight to keep IRS contract

    Computer Sciences Corp. loses bid to keep the Infrastructure Shared Services contract after its bid protest fell short. Read More

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  • FEMA

    Joint ventures capture $600M FEMA award

    Two joint ventures win spots on $600 million FEMA contract to improve flood and other risk data. Read More

  • OPINION
    A.J. Clark

    Avoiding the danger of custom technology

    Budget pressures might be pushing some agencies inward to solve technology problems, but the risk is higher cost and less flexibility, according to Thermopylae Science & Technology president A.J. Clark. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    CGI protest nets $2.5B contract

    CGI Federal has landed a spot on a $2.5 billion Navy contract thanks to a well-played bid protest that forced the Navy to rethink its source-selection decision. Read More

  • POLICY

    Navy official says Congress should cut acquisition regs

    A top Navy official wants the new Congress to focus on reducing existing regulations and not on adding new acquisition requirements. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    How Lockheed lost a $500M bid protest

    Lockheed Martin, the incumbent, lost a $500 million Army Corps of Engineers contract after the agency gave it some big hints about what was wrong with its bid. But apparently no one was really listening. Read More

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