• AIR FORCE

    Tyonek wins $6.5M contract for Air Force support

    Tyonek Global Services, Inc., received a five-year, $6.5 million contract to support the Air Force’s Advanced Digital Test Station. Read More

  • TOP 100: No. 7

    TOP 100: Booz Allen takes historic approach to tough times

    Booz Allen Hamilton put its faith in cost controls, customer focus and innovation as it worked its way through a year plagued with uncertainty, budget cuts and a government shutdown. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    HP loses bid for $100M ID system

    Hewlett-Packard Co. has lost its bid protest of a $102.8 million Homeland Security Department contract for an identity management system that complies with HSPD-12. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    DynCorp prevails in final State contract protest

    DynCorp has prevailed in the second and final round of protests over its $165 million State Department contract to support the agency's IT modernization and consolidation efforts. Read More

  • NAVY

    Three companies to provide IT services under $7.8M Navy option

    Three companies have won options to provide information technology services to the Navy. Read More

  • NAVY

    CACI nabs $26.6M SeaPort-e task order to support explosive ordnance disposal

    CACI International has won a $26.6 million contract to provide engineering and technical related services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center. Read More

  • Top 100: No. 5

    Top 100: GD's restructuring enters the refinement stage

    General Dynamics, the No. 5 company on the 2014 Top 100, put a major emphasis on restructuring of its IT operations in the past year and is now looking at refinements as it hunts for new opportunities. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Last Eagle II protest denied

    The last pending bid protest involving the $22 billion Eagle II contract has been denied by GAO. Can the announcement of the final contract awards be far behind? Read More

  • MOBILE

    DISA hunts for ways to keep pace with mobile technologies

    A new request for information from the Defense Information Systems Agency is a clear sign the government struggles to keep pace with technological change, but at least DISA wants a plan in place to deal with change. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    What PSC's new structure says about today's market

    The Professional Services Council has restructured, usually a yawner of a story, but the why behind their actions says a lot about what's going on in today's market and why you should be paying attention. Read More

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  • HEALTH

    DoD updates plan for $11B electronic health record system

    The Defense Department is inching closer to the release of a final solicitation for its long-awaited electronic health record solution that could turn into an $11 billion opportunity. Read More

  • David Blankenhorn

    Four cloud hurdles and how to clear them

    The cloud is still about potential in the government market, but DLT Solutions exec David Blankenhorn explains how to clear four major hurdles to wider adoption on the cloud, including the need to reduce so much industry noise. Read More

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