• CYBER

    Air Force adds $200M to cyber research contracts

    Five companies got a $200 million boost to their $300 million Air Force Research Lab contracts for cybersecurity work. Read More

  • COMMENTARY
    Mark Amtower

    5 ways to tilt the playing field in your favor

    Marketing expert Mark Amtower presents five steps every small business should take to tilt the competitive landscape in their favor. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • Nick Wakeman

    100s of millions in task order protests face risk of dismissal

    GAO is trying to determine if it can hear protests involving defense task orders issued against civilian IDIQ contracts now that Congress has let its civilian task order jurisdiction lapse. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    CACI’s $1.8B JIDO win won’t face bid protests

    CACI International can bank its $1.8 billion task order award to support the battle against improvised explosive devices now that its competitor has declined to file a bid protest. Read More

  • NAVY

    Metron Inc. to develop counter-ISR planning system under $12.8M contract

    Metron Inc. has won a $12.8 million contract to develop a counter-intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance planning system for the Navy. Read More

  • TOP CONTRACTS

    Who won October's biggest contracts?

    Contract award activity slowed its roll in October — the first month of the federal fiscal year — with Washington Technology reporting on an even 40 awards. Who won the biggest contracts? Read More

  • USSOCOM

    Lockheed aims to retain incumbency on $8B recompete

    With an $8 billion at stake, it is no surprise that incumbent Lockheed Martin is going after the U.S. Special Operations Command’s Special Forces Global Logistics Support Services contract. Read More

  • FIRSTNET

    FirstNet misses Nov. 1 award deadline

    The $6 billion First Responder Network Authority missed the Nov. 1 deadline for the contract pertaining to its nationwide broadband public safety network. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Court ruling might force government to take commercial first stance

    The Court of Federal Claims ruling in favor of Palantir, a software company fighting for a shot at an Army contract, might force more government agencies to look at commercial products first before trying to develop their own. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • AIR FORCE

    Odyssey Systems awarded $9M professional acquisition support services option

    Odyssey Systems Consulting has been awarded a $9.1 million option to continue providing the Air Force with professional acquisition support services. Read More

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