• EMERGING TECH

    Infrastructure hurdle challenges success of Internet of Things

    The Internet of Things has great potential for transforming government operations, but a major hurdle stands in the way -- today's network infrastructure. Brocade's Anthony Robbins talks about the four things that need to be done to modernize current networks and unleash the Internet of Things. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Dovel Technologies taps new SVP

    Dovel Technologies has named Michael Williams senior vice president, where he will oversee the company’s contract with the Health and Human Services Department’s Administration for Children & Families Grants Center of Excellence. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNIUTY

    Army seeking LTE-savvy companies for soldier situational awareness program

    The Army is looking for companies who can design, develop and implement cellular Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology to support a communications and situational awareness program meant to aid the warfighter. Read More

  • DEFENSE DEPARTMENT

    Lockheed wins $26.8M follow-on to support DOD data environment

    Lockheed Martin has won a $26.8 million follow-on contract to provide the Defense Department with sustainment and operations for the Integrated Data Environment/Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC) program. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    DHS cancels ACE solicitation

    Too many protests have apparently killed DHS' attempt to recompete part of the $5 billion ACE contract, sending the agency back to the drawing board. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • AIR FORCE

    Alion wins $48.5M to help Navy be more efficient, less wasteful

    Alion Science and Technology has won a $48.5 million contract from the Air Force to make the Navy more efficient and less wasteful. Read More

  • CMS

    Accenture wins extension of HealthCare.gov contract

    Accenture Federal's contract with CMS for HealthCare.gov has been extended as the agency goes through the RFP process to award a new contract early 2015. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • Nick Wakeman

    Army backs off $586M supercomputer award to SAIC

    The Army Corps of Engineers has decided to take a second look at a $586 million supercompting award won by SAIC after two challengers filed protests objecting to the win. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • M&A

    Deal builds mutual federal market reach

    Information Innovators Inc. - also know nas Triple-i - and Global Net Service Inc. have joined forces via an acquisition that expands both company's reach in the federal market. Read More

  • GSA

    GSA plans schedule consolidation

    The General Services Administration has made further efforts to revamp their professional service acquisition schedules by consolidating its Multiple Award Schedule services offerings, according to FCW.com. Read More

  • OPINION

    Today, naked celebs. Tomorrow, contractors?

    In light of the recent naked celebrity hacks, IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo asks: Are government contractors really as safe as we think we are from cyber attacks like these? Read More

    Comments: 1
  • PEOPLE

    CSG Government Solutions hires fifth senior advisor since April

    CSG Government Solutions continues to bolster its health care and human services practice with the addition of Ivan Fleet as senior consultant. Read More

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