• Nick Wakeman

    No protests for huge Leidos health record contract

    IBM and Computer Sciences Corp. have decided not to protest Leidos' $4.3 billion Defense Department electronic health record contract, leaving us in the dark about many details of how Leidos pulled off the victory. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    DISA plans for five-year IDIQ to develop virtualization platform

    The Defense Information System Agency extended the response date for feedback on developing and planning the Defense Department’s virtualization platform. Read More

  • DTRA

    CSC takes on fight against weapons of mass destruction

    Computer Sciences Corp. has won a $10.3 million contract to help the Defense Threat Reduction Agency counter weapons of mass destruction. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Octo Consulting taps new president, COO

    Octo Consulting Group has named Bob McCord president and chief operating officer. Read More

  • TREASURY DEPARTMENT

    Orizon Inc. nabs $6.3M task order for program, analytical support

    Orizon Inc. has won a $6.3 million task order to provide programming and analytical support for web development to the Treasury Department. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Wright State Applied Research Corp. to support ISR efforts under $42.5M contract

    Wright State Applied Research Corp. has won a $42.5 million contract to provide the Air Force with human-machine teaming for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance analysis. Read More

  • CYBER

    Lockheed wins DHS cyber accreditation

    Lockheed Martin becomes the first non-telecom company to earn a commercial service provider accreditation from the Homeland Security Department. Read More

  • CYBER

    GSA proposes cyber addition to Schedule 70

    GSA wants to create a new category under Schedule 70 to make it easier to call out cyber and information assurance products and services. Read More

  • OPINION
    Stan Soloway

    18F steps up its acquisition game

    PSC President Stan Soloway takes another look at GSA's 18F experiment and finds that maybe it's going to help the acquisition process after all. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • NAVY

    Two win $1.6B Navy C4ISR contract

    M.C. Dean and Honeywell win $1.6 billion contract to put new C4ISR systems on Navy vessels. Read More

  • FAST 50

    FAST 50: How iTility turned a bad situation around

    Things weren't looking good for iTility back in 2008. Then president and CEO Pete Sload bought the company and turned it around enough for iTility to land a spot on the 2015 Washington Technology Fast 50. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Why Salient CRGT makes sense

    Mergers of equals are rare in this market, but Salient CEO Brad Antle gives an inside view of how his company and CRGT made it happen. Read More

    Comments: 1

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