How well do you know the incumbent?

    Asking if you know the incumbent is an important question to answer before bidding on a new contract, but it is too often overlooked. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Is it time for IT to fade away?

    IT is everywhere and a part of everything, so much so that it's become part of life, and maybe that's a good thing. Read More


    Cloud, mobility investments on the rise

    Executives from a range of civilian and defense agencies spoke about growing cloud and mobility opportunities as those technologies embed themselves into agency infrastructures. Read More


    DISA issues new RFI for global command and control system

    The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking companies to provide sustainment and maintenance support for the Global Command and Control System-Joint (GCCS-J) program. Read More


    VSE founder dead at 87

    John B. Toomey, who founded VSE Corp., has died at the age of 87. Read More


    CACI scores $76.8M task order for engineering support

    CACI International has won a $76.8 million task order to provide medical information delivery systems engineering support to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic. Read More


    FBI considers how to expand national database

    The FBI wants ideas on how to broaden the sources feeding into its National Data Exchange program to include more information from jails, probation and parole offices and courts. Read More

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  • ARMY

    Raytheon wins $86.2M contract to upgrade Patriot system

    Raytheon has won an $86.2 million contract modification to provide the Army with upgrade kits for the Patriot Integrated Air and Missile Defense system. Read More


    18F facing complaints after reverse auction sees $1 bid

    The General Services Administration is facing complaints after the winning bidder of an 18F reverse auction to buy code for the agency resulted in a $1 bid. Read More

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    Serco names ex-TASC CEO to board

    Serco has named Wood Parker to the board of directors of the company’s U.S. business. Read More

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  • NAVY

    Alion wins $63M contract to repair, modernize systems in Norfolk

    Alion Science and Technology has won a $63 million contract to repair and modernize systems at the Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center in Norfolk, Va. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Boeing, Lockheed protest $60B bomber contract

    With tens of billions of dollars at stake, it's no surprise that Boeing and Lockheed Martin are protesting the Air Force's decision to pick Northrop Grumman to build the Long Range Strike bomber. Read More

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