• STUDY

    Deltek report finds agencies increasingly relying on IDIQs

    A new Deltek report has found that federal agencies are increasingly relying on task order contracts, which is generally having a positive impact on both agencies and contractors alike. Read More

  • NAVY

    Lockheed wins $158.8M Navy contract for radar systems

    Lockheed Martin has won a potentially $158.8 million contract to produce and field Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 systems for the Navy. Read More

  • OPINION
    Robert Davis

    WT DEBATE: Stronger culture? Company A or B?

    Columnist and government marketing expert Bob Davis describes two companies with distinctly different but common cultures. The question is, which is better? Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Welcome to today's telecom revolution

    Change is happening rapidly in the world of telecom, and it'll have a big impact on the government market even if we don't know what exactly it'll be. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Strasser pushes commercial energy partnership at PPC

    Just a couple months on the job as CEO of PPC, Paul Strasser shows off his strategic growth chops with a partnership with a commercial software company to launch a new energy management as a service offering. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Defense industry vet runs for governor of New Hampshire

    Former defense industry vet Walt Havenstein will represent the Republican Party in the upcoming New Hampshire governor election after recently capturing the GOP nomination. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    NATO needs upgraded, connected training program system

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization needs to improve its electronic Military Training and Exercise Programme (eMTEP) and is looking for contractor support. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Systems Made Simple taps new VP of administration

    Systems Made Simple has named Paul Stevens vice president of administration, where he will be responsible for all human relations, learning and development, staffing and recruiting, facilities and office management. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    GD loses chance to defend incumbent contract

    General Dynamics has been denied a shot to defend its position on a $140 million DHS contract now that GAO has ruled against its pre-award protest. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • Nick Wakeman

    Why the fall of USIS should scare the rest of us

    OPM has lowered the boom on USIS's investigation business, and the circumstances surrounding the agency's action should be a warning to other government contractors. Read More

    Comments: 25
  • NAVY

    CSC tapped for littoral combat ship support under $33.3M contract

    NAVSEA continues to find support for its Littoral Combat Ship Program Office through a potentially $33.3 million professional services contract awarded to Computer Sciences Corp. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • CLOUD

    Study finds agencies still apprehensive about cloud migration

    Despite wanting to increase the use of cloud computing, federal IT professionals still feel apprehensive about migration due to concerns about potential roadblocks and security issues, a recent MeriTalk report found. Read More

    Comments: 2

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