• PEOPLE1

    Optio Labs taps new CEO

    Optio Labs has found a new CEO in former KoolSpan Inc. and Acuity Mobile chief executive Gregg Smith. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop Grumman taps new VP within Aerospace Systems sector

    Northrop Grumman has named U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Richard “Scott” Stapp vice president of technology development for the company’s Aerospace Systems sector. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Ambit Group taps industry vets as new advisor, associate vice president

    The Ambit Group has named Jane Forman to its board of advisors and Joan Cannaday as associate vice president. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    GD exec retires, new leader named

    General Dynamics is promoting the leader of its IT business to be the new executive vice president of the company's Information Systems and Technology group when its current EVP retires at the end of the month. Read More

  • VETERANS AFFAIRS

    Three firms win spots on $42.4M VA contract for remidiation support services

    Three companies have won spots on a potentially $42.2 million contract to provide Office of Management and Budget Circular No. A-123 and remediation support services to the Veterans Affairs Department’s Internal Controls Service division. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Lockheed closes health IT acquisition

    Lockheed Martin's acquisition of Systems Made Simple should position the company for more opportunities with the VA and other critical health IT customers. Read More

  • OPINION
    Anthony Smeraglinolo

    Engility CEO makes the case for transparency

    As the market undergoes several fundamental shifts, Engility CEO Anthony Smeraglinolo describes the need for budget transparency and partnership as keys to success for both government and industry. Read More

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  • NAVY

    SEDNA Digital Solutions to support simulation software under $10.2M contract

    SEDNA Digital Solutions has won a $10.2 million contract to provide the Navy with services in support of high fidelity simulation and common processing system software development. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    NASA releases draft RFP for $200M LITES II IDIQ

    NASA has released a draft solicitation for its five-year, $200 million Langley Information Technology Enhanced Services II indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract Read More

  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    Leidos subsidiary wins pair of energy contracts with Defense Logistics Agency

    Leidos subsidiary Varec Inc. has won a pair of contracts totaling $75 million to support the Defense Logistics Agency – Energy. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army releases draft RFP for $37B IDIQ

    The Army has released the draft RFP for its $37 billion 10-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract known as the Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services or RS3. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Raytheon wins $75.6M contract to implement command and control system in Qatar

    Raytheon has won a $75.6 million contract with the Air Force to design and implement an Air and Missile Defense Operation Center for Qatar. Read More

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    We offer an exclusive analysis of why some of the biggest procurements in the market have struggled with delays and bid protests. It's not a pretty picture, but Charles Shafer of Red Team Consulting says there is some hope for improving the bid and evaluation process. Read More

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