• PEOPLE

    The Aerospace Corp. makes three leadership changes

    The Aerospace Corp. has made a number of leadership changes in a move to better maintain focus on delivering value to its customers. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    NTA names new CEO

    National Technologies Associates (NTA) has named Michael Fraser chief executive officer, replacing the late John Kaufman. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop Grumman taps new chief compliance officer

    Northrop Grumman has named Carl Hahn chief compliance officer, succeeding Judy Martinez, who will be retiring. Read More

  • AIR MOBILITY COMMAND

    SuprTEK wins $59M contract to support Air Mobility Command mission

    Superlative Technologies (SuprTEK) has won a $59 million enterprise agile development contract to support web-based applications in order to support the Air Mobility Command. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    The Chertoff Group hires principal within Security Services practice

    The Chertoff Group has named Dr. Jerome Hauer principal within the company’s Security Services practice. Read More

  • OPINION
    Bob Lohfeld

    Is price reasonableness really unreasonable?

    Bid and proposal expert Bob Lohfeld offers a warning and advice about how the government applies price reasonableness and cost realism rules, and how often a low price can just get lower. Read More

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  • PEOPLE

    Four promoted from within at Ambit Group

    The Ambit Group has made four internal promotions as part of its overall strategy to change the way government services are delivered. Read More

  • MARINE CORPS

    Salient Federal wins $2.2M in task orders to support mass notification system

    Salient Federal Solutions has won three task orders totaling $2.2 million to support the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic. Read More

  • NAVY

    American Systems wins $15M T&E option

    American Systems has won a $15 million option to provide technical and engineering services to the Navy. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    GSA dreams about innovations for new SmartPay program

    While the contracts for General Services Administration’s SmartPay 2 program stretch into 2018, agency officials already are planning for new and more innovative payment solutions for upcoming iterations of the program. Read More

  • NAVY

    Boeing wins $67.8M contract to upgrade P-8A Poseidon aircraft

    Boeing has won a $67.8 million contract to upgrade the Navy’s P-8A Poseidon aircraft. Read More

  • PROCUREMENT

    Companies must meet minimum wage pay under federal contracts

    Companies will have to pay a minimum wage to employees working on federal contracts, according to a new interim procurement rule. Read More

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