Navy considers approach for 5-year info management service contract

    The U.S. Fleet Forces Command released a sources sought notice, seeking companies that can provide technical support for its environmental information management service (EIMS). Read More


    Pragmatics names new deputy COO

    Pragmatics has named Dennis Lauer deputy chief operating officer and vice president. Read More


    ATI taps new CEO

    Automation Technologies Inc. has named Mark Birch president and chief executive officer. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Commercial tech evolves beyond the hype in the government market

    The Professional Services Council's new alliance with the California Technology Council is just the latest sign of how important commercial technology is to the government market. Read More


    Revenues, profits trending downward for many govcon firms

    Government contractors are making less revenue and profits largely due to unnecessary and costly compliance requirements, according to a recent Grant Thornton survey. Read More


    Northrop Grumman taps new business unit GM

    Northrop Grumman has named Roman Hachkowski general manager of the company’s AOA Xinetics business unit. Read More

  • ARMY

    Leidos nabs $71.9M contract to continue support of counter-IED system

    Leidos has won a $71.9 million contract to continue its support of the Army’s Saturn Arch system. Read More

  • NAVY

    General Dynamics wins $321.M option to continue nuclear sub support

    General Dynamics has won a $321.7 million option with the Navy to provide technical support for active nuclear submarines. Read More

  • NAVY

    BAE to help Naval countermine efforts under $12.3M contract

    BAE Systems has won a potentially $12.3 million contract to help the Navy detect sea mines from an airborne vehicle. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    One more day for NGEN RFI

    The Navy said the NGEN RFI would be released on or about Sept. 16. It looks like "on or about" is going to be Sept. 17. Stay tuned. Read More

  • M&A

    Carlyle, Chertoff make cyber play

    The Carlyle Group and the Chertoff Group have joined forces to buy a majority stake in Coalfire Systems, a company that provides audit and compliance services around cybersecurity. Read More


    Layoffs planned for HP Enterprise Services

    HP plans to cut as many as 30,000 people from its payroll as it prepares to split off the HP Enterprise Services business into a separate entity. Read More

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