Small Business

Citrix Systems names new state, local practice leader

Citrix Systems names Brian Cunningham to lead its state and local government and its education sales team.

Senators call for DOD to review ANC contracts

In the wake of the an alleged fraud scheme that cost the government $20 million, senators want Alaskan Native Corp. contracts reviewed.

Renamed small biz offers feds tablet computing solutions

Brubaker Consulting Service, now renamed Silver Lining, has been providing technology advisory services to public and private sectors for the past two years.

TWD's $121M Navy task order sets company record

TWD, a mid-size communications company in Arlington, Va., will provide the Navy with a broad range of IT services under a $121 million SeaPort-e Task Order, the largest unrestricted task order in the company’s history.

'No Plan B' to sub for expanded entrepreneurship, Case says

“Entrepreneurship is the secret sauce that makes America tick,” Steve Case, founder of AOL and now a venture capitalist, told a Northern Virginia Technology Council breakfast crowd.

SBA proposals could make small-biz credit easier to get

Changes in rules would help agencies meet subcontracting goals.

Neustar adds caller ID provider to its services orbit

The telecommunications company and former subsidiary of Lockheed Martin will pay $650 million in cash to acquire TARGUS Information, a provider of caller-identification services.

Who are the top 8(a)s in today's market?

We rank the largest 8(a) prime contractors serving the federal government.

Could the ANC bribery scandal happen to anyone?

The indictment of an official at EyakTek puts an uncomfortable spotlight on the Alaska Native Corporation program, but is there really a connection?

Eyak fires indicted exec; more pressure likely on ANC firms

Will the indictment of an employee of an Alaska Native Corporation bring changes to the ANC contracting program?

Lockheed locks up purchase of VA medical services provider

Lockheed Martin Corp. has completed its acquisition of QTC Holdings Inc., a provider of outsourced medical evaluation services to the Veterans Affairs Department. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Mandiant hands marketing mandate to Michael Evans

Mandiant, a provider of incident response and computer forensics services to the government and commercial clients, has named Michael Evans vice president of marketing.

Former exec returns to SiloSmashers as CFO

Paul Langevin has returned to SiloSmasher Inc., having been named chief financial officer responsible for leading all of the public sector consulting firm’s financial functions.

Former HUD CFO moves to Grant Thornton

Doug Criscitello, former HUD CFO, takes new director role at Grant Thornton LLC.

InfoZen provides ICE with range of program management support

InfoZen, a small-business provider of IT services to the government, is providing program management assistance to the Homeland Security Department under a five-year prime contract valued at $90 million.

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