• INTERNATIONAL

    Five win contract to support U.K. managed email services framework

    Five companies have won spots on the United Kingdom’s U.K. Managed Email Services Framework IDIQ contract. Read More

  • CNCS

    PSI wins $30M contract to provide program management, IT modernization

    Planned Systems International has won a $30 million blanket purchase agreement to provide the Corporation for National and Community Services (CNCS) with IT modernization program management and systems engineering services. Read More

  • DEFENSE OPPORTUNITIES

    Do you know how to navigate today's defense market?

    Times have been tough for defense contractors, but there are signs of improvement. At Washington Technology's Defense Opportunities 2015 and Beyond breakfast, Deltek expert Kevin Plexico outlined where the opportunities are, and industry veteran Duane Andrews gave advice on how to manage in today's environment. Read More

  • OPINION
    Stan Soloway

    Contractors face greater risk as accountability measures grow

    A push for more supply chain accountability and the new workforce executive order will shift more responsibility to contractors, and with responsibility comes greater risk, but PSC President Stan Soloway asks, Is this pendulum swinging too far? Read More

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  • VETERANS AFFAIRS

    ManTech subsidiary wins $48.6M task order with VA

    7Delta, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ManTech International, has won a $48.6 million task order to deliver a cloud computing solution to the Veterans Affairs Department. Read More

  • M&A

    Raytheon makes $420M deal for operations, cyber firm

    Raytheon has acquired Blackbird Technologies in a $420 million deal that boosts Raytheon’s special operations capabilities. Read More

  • TOP CONTRACTS

    Who won October's biggest contracts?

    October saw a modest decrease from a hectic September in regard to the number of contracts being reported, but October still had some whoppers. Who had the biggest wins? Read More

  • DEFENSE DEPARTMENT

    CACI International wins $149M contract to support counter-IED efforts

    CACI International has won a $149 million contract to support the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization’s (JIEDDO) Special Operations Forces, Support Team. Read More

  • M&A

    Bridge Growth Partners makes $225M deal for CRGT Inc.

    Bridge Growth Partners has acquired CRGT Inc. from an affiliate of Veritas Capital for a reported $225 million. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Defense opportunities take center stage

    Join us for our Defense Opportunities 2015 and Beyond breakfast briefing this week. And if you can't be there in person, send us a question for our panel of experts. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Air Force suffers NetCents 2 defeat

    The Government Accountability Office has rebuked the Air Force's NetCents 2 awards and is asking the service to re-evaluate bids for its $960 million Application Services contract. What companies are back in the hunt? Read More

  • ONC

    Apprio wins $4M contract to support federal health architecture

    Apprio has won a $4 million contract with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to support its federal health architecture (FHA). Read More

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  • Why big procurements struggle and what can be done about it

    We offer an exclusive analysis of why some of the biggest procurements in the market have struggled with delays and bid protests. It's not a pretty picture, but Charles Shafer of Red Team Consulting says there is some hope for improving the bid and evaluation process. Read More

  • Is price reasonableness really unreasonable? Bob Lohfeld

    Bid and proposal expert Bob Lohfeld offers a warning and advice about how the government applies price reasonableness and cost realism rules, and how often a low price can just get lower. Read More

  • Acquisition Reform? Who Says? Stan Soloway

    There may be a lot of talk about acquisition reform, but the biggest challenge might be changing the underlying procurement culture instead of changing the rules, writes PSC President Stan Soloway. Read More

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