• CYBERSECURITY

    Vencore wins cyber research work

    Vencore, formerly the SI Organization, has won a $48.5 million Army contract for cybersecurity research work. Read More

  • PROFILE

    Focus feeds ORI success story

    ORI, a small, woman-owned business, has kept its focus on customers and employees, and it has three new Labor Department wins that to show how that focus is paying dividends. Read More

  • NAVY

    Raytheon wins $38.3M contract to provide CEC engineering services

    Raytheon has won a $38.3 million option to provide design agent and engineering services in support of the Navy’s Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC). Read More

  • ARMY

    Eleven companies win spots on $444M T&E contract

    Eleven companies have won spots on a $444 million contract to provide test and evaluation support to the Army. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Leidos taps new VP of business development

    Leidos has named James Bahel vice president of business development for the company’s Integrated Systems Group. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    DISA seeks small biz for battlefield efficiency

    The Defense Information System Agency is surveying the market for small businesses with the expertise make battlefield operations more efficient. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Exelis wins $71.5M contract to support flight program software

    Exelis has won a $71.5 million sole-source contract to support the Air Force’s Countermeasure System Operational Flight Program software. Read More

  • GD captures $311M sub design, support work

    General Dynamics subsidiary Electric Boat will provide engineering and technical support for Navy submarines under a $311 million contract. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Should indicted GSA official go to jail?

    Jeffrey Neely, the alleged leader of an $800,000 Las Vegas GSA conference, has been indicted on fraud charges. But should he go to prison? Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Army fights on with ITES-3H bid protests

    It looks like the Army is sticking to its guns and will stay the course as it faces an onslaught of protests for its downselect decisions for the $5 billion ITES-3H contract. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • AIR FORCE

    InDyne wins $16.7M option to continue support of 30th Space Wing

    InDyne Inc. has won a $16.7 million option to provide operations and maintenance services to the Air Force. Read More

  • ARMY

    Leidos continues counter-IED support under $13.8M contract

    Leidos has won a $13.8 million contract to extend the services for the Army’s Night Eagle counter-IED detection system in Afghanistan. Read More

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