• Nick Wakeman

    Lockheed plans new health IT acquisition

    Lockheed finds a lot to like in its latest acquisition of Systems Made Simple, namely strong health IT capabilities and the top spot on a $12 billion VA contract. Read More

  • DELTEK

    Eight trends rocking today's market

    Government contracting just ain’t what it used to be. Here are eight trends of the "new normal" that are changing the market and forcing companies to rethink their strategies. Read More

  • ARMY

    NCI nabs task orders worth $10.9M contract to support Army engineering command

    NCI Inc. has won three task orders totaling $10.9 million to support the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command. Read More

  • M&A

    Booz Allen makes health analytics deal

    Booz Allen Hamilton is giving its health analytics capabilities a boost with the acquisition of Epidemico, an informatics company in Boston. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Engility-TASC deal gets a warm welcome

    Engility executives say the $1.1 billion deal for TASC will transform the company, and with the company's stock jumping nearly 12 percent, it seems plenty of people agree. We look inside why Engility thinks the acquisition is such a good deal. Read More

  • NAVY

    DLT Solutions wins $322M Navy BPA for Symantec software licences, support

    DLT Solutions has won a $322 million blanket purchase agreement and enterprise license agreement to provide Symantec software licenses and support to the Navy and Marine Corps. Read More

  • STATE & LOCAL

    HP wins $116.5M contract for California prisoner management system

    HP Enterprise Services has won a $116.5 million contract to continue to manage the California’s Strategic Offender Management System. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Dynamic Aviation names new SVP of Programs

    Dynamic Aviation has named Ralph Alderson senior vice president, programs, where he will be help drive development of the company’s program management department. Read More

  • M&A

    Acentia acquires IT solutions firm

    Acentia has acquired Optimos in a move that strengthens Acentia’s information technology solutions capabilities. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army plans to modernize AKO-ES with new IDIQ

    The Army anticipates awarding a four-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for technical support services as well as reuse and redesign of existing systems in the Army Knowledge Online–Enterprise System (AKO-ES). Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Engility makes $1.1B deal for TASC

    Engility greatly expands its intelligence and space business with $1.1 billion acquisition of TASC. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Scandal drives out Intelligent Decisions CEO

    Intelligent Decisions CEO Harry Martin has resigned from the company he founded after the Justice Department determined that "improper gratuities" were paid to a DOD procurement official. Read More

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