• NGA

    Leidos nabs $31M contract to support GEOINT data services program

    Leidos has won a $31 million contract with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to provide geospatial solutions to the GEOINT Data Services Program. Read More

  • NGA

    CACI International wins $32M contract for digital mapping, charting services

    CACI International has won a $32 million contract to provide digital mapping and charting services to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Read More

  • DEFENSE

    Northrop wins $116M contract to upgrade targeting systems for military

    Northrop Grumman has won a $116 million contract to upgrade targeting systems for the U.S. military. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Don't count Sprint out of federal market

    The rumors have swirled for months, and Sprint is now going through layoffs, but does that mean it's leaving the federal market? Read More

  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    SRI wins $38M contract to support microcircuit emulation tech

    SRI International has won a $38 million sole source contract to support the Defense Logistics Agency’s microcircuit emulation technology capability. Read More

  • COMPANIES

    SRA International wins $18M contract to support vaccine reporting system

    SRA International has won an $18 million contract to support the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration. Read More

  • InfoZen wins second shot at $212M TSA contract

    InfoZen Inc. lost the first attempt to win a $212 million Transportation Security Administration contract for screening transportation workers, but the second time appears to be the charm. Read More

  • TECH

    Tech incubator launches Alexandria location

    Tech incubator The Bunker is launching a location in Alexandria, Va., where it will continue to target veteran-owned tech startups and entrepreneurs. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Politics, business collide at WT election event

    Our Contractors and Cocktails event will focus on the convergence of politics and business and what the 2014 mid-term elections mean to government contractors. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Contractor 'community' shines at 2014 GovCon awards

    The concept of community was front and center at the 2014 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards as large and small businesses delivered messages of cooperation and collaboration. Read More

  • GOVCON AWARDS

    Who are 2014's top contractors?

    Some of the best companies and executives were honored as part of the 12th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards gala Thursday night. Read More

  • OPINION
    Tom O

    CDM confusion offers sales opportunities

    DHS needs to improve how it promotes the Continous Diagnostic and Mitigation contract because much market confusion is holding the vehicle back, says immixGroup's Tom O'Keefe. Read More

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