Army extends GDIT's South Korean work

    General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $20.2 million contract modification to support U.S. Army command and control systems in South Korea. Read More


    Lockheed gets $7M missile software deal

    Lockheed Martin has won a sole-source contract to enhance the software package for the Joint Air to Surface Standoff Missile. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    GSA's Fort Carson project points way to energy opportunities

    If you are a contractor looking to increase your green tech business, GSA and the Army have a project that just might provide you with a roadmap. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    2015 CR: Fiscal crisis delayed?

    Congress has passed a continuing resolution to keep government's doors open until Dec. 11 but is this just the calm before the storm? Read More

  • NAVY

    Lockheed sub contract gets $117.8M Navy boost

    The Navy has modified a Lockheed Martin submarine imaging contract to the tune of $117.8M. Read More


    Intelligent Decisions wins $14.6M modification of radio contract

    Intelligent Decisions has won a $14.6 million contract modification to supply more portable and mobile radios to Air Force reserve locations. Read More


    L-3 group lands $31.2 intell contract

    L-3 Communications unit will outfit three Cessnas with intelligence and surveillance equipment under a $31.2 million Air Force contract. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    No love for profit in DOD's Better Buying Power 3.0

    The Defense Department released the latest version of the Better Buy Power document, but for some it falls short and why does it still seem to be anti-profit? Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Why GD's protest arguments fell short

    General Dynamics put up a strong fight for its DHS IT support contract, but it fell short. Here's a look at why. Read More

    Bill Scheessele

    Progressing through the four stages of BD

    Some business development professional are unconsciously good at what they do, but how do they get to the next level of competence. Read More

    Comments: 3

    NCI wins $40.7M Army cyber contract

    NCI beats out nine other companies to take on Army cybersecurity work under a $40.7 million Army contract. Read More


    Exelis takes on overseas base support work

    Exelis wins $79.8 million Air Force contract to support base operations at facilities in Turkey and Spain. Read More

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