• Nick Wakeman

    Many contractors fail to stand out, WT study finds

    In our latest WT Insider Report, we explore the government customers' perspective on contractor performance, and some of the findings aren't pretty: Half of your customers don't know who you are. Read More

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  • NAVY

    Raytheon wins $8.3M sensor netting contract

    Raytheon has won an $8.3 million contract modification to support the Navy’s battlespace awareness systems. Read More

  • NAVY

    Two nab $20M in munitions-disarming modifications

    SAIC and El Dorado Engineering have picked up munitions disarming contract modifications worth nearly $20 million combined. Read More


    Navy plans for tactical data link support IDIQ

    The Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center anticipates a five-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for tactical data link (TDL) systems support. Read More

    Rob Zitz

    Contractors have more than one pipeline to worry about

    Leidos executive Rob Zitz makes the case about why it's important for companies to worry as much about the talent pipeline as they do the business pipeline. Read More

    Comments: 1

    DOD asks EHR providers about infrastructure info

    The Defense Department is asking for the minimum infrastructure specifications that providers need to know to support an enterprise-level electronic health record (EHR) product. Read More


    Past performance crucial part of acquisition reform

    Contractors with poor past performance records are continuing to nab federal contracts, and unless something is done about it, this will continue to be the case going forward, according to FCW. Read More

  • NAVY

    Boeing bags $6.6M Navy aviation support contract

    Boeing has won a $6.6 million modification to the company’s previously-awarded contract to provide software for Navy aviation support stations. Read More

  • NAVY

    Huntington Ingalls wins $7.7M submarine R&D modification

    Huntington Ingalls has won a $7.7 million contract modification to provide research and development support for current and future submarine platforms. Read More

  • ARMY

    Northrop Grumman grabs $25M AKO modification

    Northrop Grumman Information Systems has won a $25 million contract modification, adding a year to the company’s operations and maintenance support of Army Knowledge Online (AKO) Enterprise Services. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    NetCents 2 protests grow by one

    Another company has joined the protestors fighting for a spot on the Air Force's $5.8 billion NetCents 2 Network Operations contract, bringing the total to four. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • ARMY

    Sierra Nevada snags $46M IED jamming contract

    Sierra Nevada Corp. has won a $46.5 million contract to support personal IED jamming technology. Read More

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