• Nick Wakeman

    HP splits off PC, printer business

    Hewlett-Packard Co. will split off its PC and printing business in a move that creates two $50 billion companies that(hopefully for investors and employees) will be better positioned to grow revenue and profits. Read More

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  • PEOPLE

    PSC appoints NAVSEA director as head of defense, intell council

    The Professional Services Council has appointed senior NAVSEA procurement executive Jerry Punderson to lead the organization’s Defense and Intelligence Council. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    MacAulay-Brown CIO becomes chief administrative officer

    MacAulay-Brown has named Mia Kerivan-O’Malley senior vice president and chief administrative officer. Read More

  • CMS

    Northrop Grumman wins $53.7M contract to support CMS enrollment, billing systems

    Northrop Grumman wins $53.7 million contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to modernize the agency’s enrollment and billing systems. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Three companies win $960M contract to support geospatial intelligence

    Three companies have won spots on a $960 million IDIQ contract to support the Air Force’s Advanced Technical Exploitation Program II (ATEPS II). Read More

  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    SAIC to support fleet readiness centers under potentially $240M contract

    SAIC has won a $240 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide the Navy’s fleet readiness centers with supply chain management and logistics support. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Lessons from E&Y's bid protest win over IBM, PwC

    IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers may have had stronger proposals for an Army audit-readiness contact, but Ernst & Young was good enough and a whole lot cheaper. Read More

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  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    Thunder Cat Technology wins $16.2M contract for servers, storage

    Thunder Cat Technology has won a $16.2 million contract to provide servers and storage to the Defense Logistics Agency. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop Grumman names new VP of legislative affairs in C4I unit

    Northrop Grumman has named Tom McLemore vice president of legislative affairs for Cybersecurity, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence. Read More

  • ARMY

    Unisys to optimize Army help desk support under $93M contract

    Unisys Corp. has won a $93 million contract to provide the Army with enterprise service desk services. Read More

  • OPINION
    Robert Davis

    The original value proposition

    The term 'value proposition' gets used a lot these days, but marketing and business development expert Bob Davis takes us through the term's origins and explains the power behind the original value proposition. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    CSC battles for lost IRS contract

    Computer Sciences Corp.'s fight for an IRS contract - a contract it has now lost twice - is more than just a company battling to keep a piece of business; it's another sign of how the government has moved away from large, single-award IT projects. Read More

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  • Why big procurements struggle and what can be done about it

    We offer an exclusive analysis of why some of the biggest procurements in the market have struggled with delays and bid protests. It's not a pretty picture, but Charles Shafer of Red Team Consulting says there is some hope for improving the bid and evaluation process. Read More

  • Is price reasonableness really unreasonable? Bob Lohfeld

    Bid and proposal expert Bob Lohfeld offers a warning and advice about how the government applies price reasonableness and cost realism rules, and how often a low price can just get lower. Read More

  • Acquisition Reform? Who Says? Stan Soloway

    There may be a lot of talk about acquisition reform, but the biggest challenge might be changing the underlying procurement culture instead of changing the rules, writes PSC President Stan Soloway. Read More

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