• CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    NOAA plans for $10M cloud IDIQ

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is considering a three-year, $10 million public cloud and infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Air Force seeks asset management solution

    The Air Force wants ideas on setting up an enterprise-level software management solution, as it builds an inventory of its IT software. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    KeyPoint Government Solutions names new CFO

    KeyPoint Government Solutions has named Michael Chao chief financial officer. Read More

  • ARMY

    CACI wins another Army contract to support sensor tech

    CACI International has won a $32.5 million to support the Army’s Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate. Read More

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  • OPINION

    What's wrong with GSA NS2020?

    GSA's NS2020 should improve the way the government acquires communications and IT infrastructure services, but early reviews are mixed about the program. RASA Consulting president and CEO Rick Slifer explains what the problem is, and what the community needs to do to fix it. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Dell gets second chance at ITES-3H

    Dell Federal Systems and its bid protest have convinced the Army to give the company a second chance to compete for the $5 billion ITES-3H contract. Read More

  • PSC

    PSC, other industry groups fight workforce executive order

    The Professional Services Council has joined 15 other trade and professional associations in opposition to the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” executive order. Read More

  • COMPANIES

    Dell, Nutanix partner to add Nutanix software to Dell appliances

    Dell and Nutanix have formed a partnership that will add Nutanix software to Dell servers. Read More

  • SMALL BIZ

    DOD issues small-biz warning on growth

    Defense Department officials intend to forewarn small businesses that accepting high dollar-value contracts may make them ineligible for future set-aside contracts. Read More

  • NIH

    Northrop Grumman wins $27M contract to maintain pathogen websites

    Northrop Grumman has won a $27 million contract to support the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    SEWP V protests rise to 17

    Seventeen companies are now protesting the $5 billion SEWP V awards, but the clock is ticking. The big question is, how will NASA react? Read More

  • SEC

    CACI wins $193M in support work for the SEC

    CACI International has won $193 million in work with the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide professional paralegal and related services for the agency's business management unit. 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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