• AIR FORCE

    Joint venture awarded $4M USAF contract

    MIRA Facilities Management3 LLC was awarded a $4 million contract with the Air Force for advisory and assistance support. Read More

  • DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

    SAIC wins $282M contract to reduce DLA logistics costs

    Science Applications International Corp. has won a $282 million to reduce logistics costs for the Defense Logistics Agency. Read More

  • REPORT

    New report finds government hesitant to adopt 'convergence' model of acquisition

    A new study conducted by the Professional Services Council and Market Connections Inc. has found that 70 percent of government IT decision makers report that the convergence of technology and professional services is changing the government marketplace. Read More

  • ARMY

    Lockheed wins $90.6M option to support Qatari Apache pilots

    Lockheed Martin has won a $90.6 million option with the Army to help Qatari Apache helicopter pilots navigate during day, night and adverse weather missions. Read More

  • VETERANS AFFAIRS

    Carahsoft wins $14.5M enterprise software support contract

    Carahsoft Technology Corp. will continue to provide enterprise software and support for the Veterans Affairs Department under a $14.5 million contract. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Jacobs Technology wins $80M for engineering, technical support

    Jacobs Technology has won an $80 million option to provide the Air Force with additional engineering, technical and acquisition support services. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    CSC taps new controller

    Computer Sciences Corp. has named Diane Wilfong vice president, controller and principal accounting officer, where she will lead the company’s global controllership organization. Read More

  • CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY

    Army to develop two geospatial task order contracts

    The Army is planning two contracts worth a total of $250 million for a wide range of geospatial services including R&D, systems engineering and C4ISR processes and architecture. Read More

  • CACI wins, then loses IED contract

    CACI International has lost an incumbent contract just two months after thinking it had won the work for analytical support services in the battle against improvised explosive devices. Read More

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  • PEOPLE

    Maximus taps new CIO

    Maximus has named Kelly Clark chief information officer, where he will be responsible for establishing and executing the company’s global technology strategy. Read More

  • TOP CONTRACTS

    Who won September's biggest contracts?

    Fiscal 2014 ended with a roar of contract awards, but you had to crack nine figures to make the top 10 largest contract awards. Who finished the year with the biggest wins? Read More

  • NAVY

    Kratos to provide Naval aircraft with landing systems under $2.2M option

    Kratos Defense and Security Solutions has won a $2.2 million option to supply landing systems to Naval aircraft. Read More

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