Former contractor takes guilty plea in FBI corruption case

    A former contractor who worked in the FBI’s IT division pleaded guilty to lying about financial transactions during a fraud investigation. Read More


    GSA ponders special item number for CDM tools on the schedule

    The General Services Administration is proposing a new service to the IT Schedule 70 contracts for continuous diagnostic and mitigation services tools. Read More


    Orbital ATK, Space Systems/Loral trade lawsuits

    Orbital ATK and Space Systems/Loral are slinging dueling lawsuits at each other over a dispute involving a new government satellite repair initiative. Read More


    DISA gives HUBZones two bites at new acquisition system

    DISA has issued a pair of RFI notices that give HUBZone businesses two opportunities to offer feedback on how the agency should move forward with the Integrated Defense Acquisition System known as IDEAS. Read More

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    The move beyond bombs and bullets

    Raytheon's contract win to bring cyber and electronic warfare into the same wargames as missiles and other kinetic weapons is the latest sign that these emerging domains are going mainstream. Read More

  • USDA

    Small firm picked for $17.1M USDA IT management contract

    InquisIT has won a $17.1 million contract for IT management work to support the USDA agency fighting against pests and diseases. Read More

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    Once a telework pioneer, IBM pulls employees back to the office

    IBM wants workers back in the office as it bets that proximity will lead to more innovation and collaboration at Big Blue. Read More


    FEMA's $249M IT contract draws plenty of questions

    As FEMA moves forward with a $249 million IT contract, it has been hit with so many questions it's asking for more time to respond. Read More


    Procurement, security slows adoption of IoT

    Federal IT staffers say that slow procurement process and low funding are major challenges to secure Internet of Things platforms. Read More


    DTRA picks vet-owned firm for global support

    K2 Group, a service-disabled, veteran-owned company, has been tapped by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to support efforts to hunt for weapons of mass destruction. Read More


    NIST looks for data on human body communications

    NIST wants to develop a virtual human body and virtual electrodes to study how low frequency human body communications can aid in the future of Internet of Things platforms. Read More


    DISA begins work on contract for background investigations

    The Defense Information Systems Agency has taken the initial steps toward developing a contract for a new system for background investigations for people seeking security clearances. Read More

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