Northrop Grumman wins $7.2M IT contract with Army

    Northrop Grumman has won a $7.2 million contract to provide information technology support to the U.S. Army. Read More


    Achieving federal security goes beyond technology

    Security is currently the number one challenge that business and government face, and we need to be taking a holistic approach, says Force 3 CEO Mike Greaney. Read More


    How one company is embracing agile

    CivicActions harnesses open agile software development in its bid for the GSA's 18F agile blanket purchase agreement. Read More

    Stephanie Meloni

    DOD combat commands need situational awareness

    The combat commands' technology needs boil down to one thing: achieving situational awareness. immixGroup analyst Stephanie Meloni details how these commands need commercial-off-the-shelf vendor support to accomplish this mission. Read More

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  • NAVY

    Seven win contracts to support Navy unmanned maritime systems program

    The Navy was awarded $846 million in contracts to seven companies for unmanned maritime systems support. Read More


    Abt Associates taps three new VPs

    Abt Associates has named three new vice presidents in a move to improve the quality of its offerings. Read More


    4 keys to thriving in today's federal sales environment

    NetApp's Mark Weber has had a 30-plus-year career in federal IT and has seen the market go up, down and up again. He shares four critical insights on how best to serve your customer and your company in today's sales environment. Read More

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    CGI to provide undersea warfare systems engineering under $34.3M contract

    CGI has won a $34.3 million contract to support the Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command. Read More

    Stan Soloway

    The e-QIP shutdown: Another big headache

    OPM's decision to shutdown the e-QIP tool central to the clearance process has broad implications for government and industry that won't be resolved until OPM and OMB can clarify the full scope of the problem. Read More

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    FCW extends deadline for 2015 Rising Star awards

    FCW has extended its nomination period for the 2015 Rising Star awards, honoring women and men who, even in the early stages of their federal IT careers, are having an impact far above their pay grade. Read More


    Engility nabs $8.3M professional engineering services contract

    Engility Corp. has won an $8.3 million contract to support the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. Read More


    KPMG makes new leadership appointments

    KPMG has made a number of leadership appointments following the beginning of new terms for the company’s chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie and deputy chairman and chief operating officer Scott Ozanus. Read More

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