• Nick Wakeman

    KeyPoint rises as USIS falls

    As USIS's security clearance business has slid this year, KeyPoint Government Solutions has seen its share rise to the point that it now calls itself the biggest background investigator for the federal government. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Edaptive Computing nabs $24.9M R&D contract with Air Force

    Edaptive Computing has won a $24.9 million contract to provide research and development to the Air Force. Read More

  • NATO

    Cloud partners take on NATO missile defense system

    Cloud provider Carpathia and Accelera Solutions Inc. have joined forces to win a $3.1 million contract for IT support of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s Seasparrow program. Read More

  • CLOUD

    DOD to allow military to procure its own cloud services

    The Defense Department will allow the military to procure their own cloud services rather than using DISA as a cloud broker. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Kratos taps new board member

    Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has named Amy Zegart to its board of directors. Read More

  • LABOR DEPARTMENT

    ORI wins task orders worth $22M for employee data collection

    ORI has won three task orders worth $22 million for monthly collection of Bureau of Labor Statistics employment data. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Are contract delays bad for your business?

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Protest season opens on $7.2B Army intell contract

    One large business and one small business have lodged bid protests against a $7.2 billion Army intelligence contract awarded to 21 companies earlier this month. How many more will we see? Read More

  • NAVY

    IBM Federal wins $8.6M task order to support Navy ERP efforts

    IBM Federal has won an $8.6 million task order to support Navy enterprise resource planning efforts. Read More

  • DARPA

    Two to support DARPA ISR program

    Two companies have won contracts to support the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node (TERN) program. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Leidos wins $49.4 million contract to support threat warning, countermeasure response

    Leidos has won a $49.4 million contract to support Air Force threat warning and countermeasure response through research and development and testing. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Lots of contract mods? Must be September

    The end of the fiscal year brings a rush of contract modifications and extensions. It's a tradition, but is it good government? Read More

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