• MOBILITY

    Defense Department looking into BYOD possibility for military

    The Defense Department is still focused on mobility and on mobile flexibility. The department is looking into smart phone technologies that can run on the military’s SIPR network, followed by phones that allow for work and personal use on the same device, according to Federal Times. Read More

  • NOAA

    MicroPact wins contract to provide NOAA office with case management system

    MicroPact has won a contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to deploy a case management system for the agency’s National Marine Fisheries Service Office of Law Enforcement. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Booz Allen continues protest campaign with fight for $182.4M contract

    Booz Allen is protesting a $182.4 million Navy award to CACI International, marking the 17th contract award that the company has protested this year. Read More

  • CLOUD

    GSA launches new FedRAMP category

    The General Services Administration has released FedRAMP Ready to showcase cloud service providers ready to perform assessments and authorization with potential agency customers. Read More

  • HOMELAND SECURITY

    Sevatec wins $25M contract to support data business intelligence

    Sevatec has won a $25 million contract to support the Homeland Security Department’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services with its data business intelligence section. Read More

  • CYBER

    Finalists named for 2014 Maryland Cyber Challenge

    Twenty-four teams from high school, college and professional ranks will square off in 2014 Maryland Cyber Challenge in test of defensive and offensive cyber skills. Read More

  • NAVY

    ManTech wins $12.1M contract to support Naval aircraft

    ManTech International has won a $12.1 million contract to support Naval aircraft and systems. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Defense opportunities, elections take center stage

    Washington Technology has planned two in-person events to discuss the aftermath of the 2014 midterm elections and the defense opportunities for 2015 and beyond. Read More

  • NAVY

    ManTech wins $29.7M task order for T&E support

    ManTech International has won a $29.7 million task order to provide test and evaluation and fleet support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center. Read More

  • EMERGING TECH

    Automated machines beginning to replace jobs

    Gartner predicts that one in three jobs will be converted to software, robots and smart machines by 2025, according to Information Week. Read More

  • M&A

    Accela acquires citizen relationship management solutions firm

    Accela has acquired Government Outreach in a move that adds citizen relationship management solutions to Accela’s portfolio of cloud applications. Read More

  • OPINION
    Bob Lohfeld

    Should we have procurement reform or just improvement?

    While there is a lot of talk about the need for procurement reform, many in governemnt and the private sector think the regulations are just fine, and that we just need to learn how to use the rules we have. Read More

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