• CALIFORNIA

    HP Enterprise Services wins $305M contract to support state welfare system

    HP Enterprise Services has won a $305 million contract to continue managing California's welfare eligibility determination system. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Incumbents get second chance at lost contracts

    Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics still have a shot at keeping Army National Guard training contracts after the award to Parsons Government Services was pulled back. Read More

  • M&A

    Compusearch moves from one equity ownership to another

    Arlington Capital Partners and JMI Equity have sold Compusearch Software Systems Inc. to ABRY Partners, another private equity firm. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    LinQuest Corp. wins $42M contract for advisory, assistance services

    LinQuest Corp. has won a $42 million contract to provide the Air Force with advisory and assistance support. Read More

  • NIH

    Five win $100M contract to support NIH IT center

    Five companies have won spots on a $100 million contract to provide professional information technology and technical services to the National Institutes of Health Center for Information Technology. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Northrop taps new sector VP, Engineering, Manufacturing and Logistics

    Northrop Grumman has named Douglas Lawton vice president, Engineering Manufacturing and Logistics for two ISR-related divisions within the company’s Electronic Systems sector. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    GSA plans industry day for Connect.gov

    GSA is moving forward with its plans for a federated credential known as Connect.gov and wants to tell industry all about it at a June 2 webinar. Read More

  • OPINION

    4 steps contractors should take now to prepare for new security requirements

    Changes are coming to security requirements, and government contractors will have to meet them in order to handle classified data, but now is the time to take steps to prepare. Read More

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  • Cloud contractor to pay U.S. $9M to settle false claims charges

    Global Computer Enterprises, a now-defunct federal contractor, agreed to pay $9 million to the federal government to settle charges that GCE hid its use of prohibited employees on federal contracts. Read More

  • Constellis makes international move with Olive Group acquisition

    Constellis Group has added the Olive Group into its family of companies focused on providing training, security, support and advisory services. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Northrop Grumman wins $99M contract to perform T&E services

    Northrop Grumman has won a $99 million contract to provide the Air Force with nuclear safety cross check analysis, performance analysis and technical evaluation and independent validation and verification. Read More

  • SMALL BUSINESS

    Who are the best emerging contractors in the government market?

    The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum has selected the winners for its Seventh Annual Government Contractor Awards. Read More

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