• Nick Wakeman

    Lack of transparency hurting government contracting

    The lack of transparency around task orders and RFIs is common across government and its time to do something about it. Read More

    Comments: 2

    VA gathers feedback for new program management system

    The Veterans Affairs Department wants to replace its current program management information system with a new one, including support services. Read More


    Defense commissary looks for encryption solution

    The Defense Commissary Agency wants to upgrade its encryption capabilities and is looking for industry feed back on possible solutions. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    How bad are RFPs? Plenty

    An analysis of five solicitations for contracts worth a total of $7 billion shows just how poor the writing is that plagues agency RFPs. Read More

    Comments: 11

    GWACs remain the vehicle of choice for government buyers

    The amount of business flowing through GWACs continues to grow as government buyers flock to the huge multiple award contracts. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    MicroTech scores protest victory

    MicroTech has won a second chance at an Air Force contract for IT support after the GAO ruled that the government failed to properly evaluate the winner's employee compensation plan. Read More

  • NAVY

    NAVMAR takes on sensor research work

    NAVMAR Applied Sciences will help develop new sensor platforms for the Navy under a $12.4 million contract. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Deloitte not backing down from fight for $80M DHA contract

    Deloitte files another protest as it battles for an $80 million contract to help improve the IT systems for the Defense Health Agency. Read More

  • NASA

    NASA-HPE dispute reaches boiling point

    NASA has let expire the authority to operate for a HP Enterprise-run IT network, sending a rare public message that it is dissatisfied with HPE's performance on a $2.5 billion contract. Read More


    Five companies win $155.8M contract to support Joint Chiefs of Staff cyber program

    Five companies have won a $155.8 million contract to support the Joint Staff J6 Directorate’s C4/Cyber Program. Read More


    Foster Miller wins $10.3M contract to provide robotic system support

    Foster Miller Inc. has won a $10.3 million contract to provide post-production support for a bomb disposal robot. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Banned GAO protester might have a point hidden in his bluster

    Latvian Connection may have flooded GAO with inappropriate bid protests, but hidden in the complaints is at least one kernel of an evolving small business procurement issue. Read More

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