2006: The year in review
- By Washington Technology Editors
- Dec 28, 2006
In the government market, 2006 was a
year marked by change and opportunity.
Looking back it is hard to pick one
event or even a handful that should be tagged as "Stories of
the Year," but what is clear is that a wide range of topics
captured the market's attention.
From the continued pace of mergers
and acquisition to the rise of new technologies to political and
policy wrangling, 2006 had a little bit of everything.
We've picked some of our top
stories as a review and as a guide for where the government IT
market is headed.
Washington Technology's top stories
20 years thatmade a difference
The people, companies and events
that shaped the government market
L-3 leads a pack of hungry
RFID: Prepare to be carded
DHS weights different
technologies for moving people across borders
WiFi Gold Rush
Private sector declares open season on municipal
SEWP: It's on the money
NASA purchasing vehicle gaining popularity
DOD becomes an IDIQ world
fires huge contract opportunities
Smoke and Mirrors at SBA
Research firm uncovers large
companies in agency's prime contracts database
Prepare to survive
Experience shows planning critical
to making Networx work
To converge or not to converge
Integrators, telecom players face that question as they juggle
various approaches that agencies have to
On your mark?
Boeing's SBI-Net project draws flood of potential
Signed, sealed?will it deliver?
Regional issues could challenge GSA's new Federal Acquisition