Diane Zanetti

    3 keys to ensuring a smarter M&A strategy

    Today's M&A market isn't the same as a decade ago. Today the emphasis needs to be on understanding why you want to buy and where you want it to take your company. Read More


    GAO study: Defense felt brunt of sequestration

    Defense agency contract obligations for IT and telecom services dipped over the last five years under the Budget Control Act, even as civilian side obligations held steady. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    What you should learn from a ranking of the best contractor websites

    An analysis of government contractor websites shows that even the best have areas where they can improve. Read More


    CA settles software overcharge allegation for $45M

    Software giant CA will pay the U.S. government $45 million to settle allegations that it overcharged the General Services Administration for software licenses. Read More


    Former Unisys exec T.J. Miller dead at 70

    Long-time government contracting executive and Vietnam War veteran Thomas "T.J." Miller has died. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    ADMC 3 protesters swells to 20

    The number of protesters against the $5 billion Army Desktop and Mobile Computing 3 awards has swelled to 20 with another passed over incumbent, Telos, joining the fray. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    $271M special operations contract poised to draw more protesters

    So far only Leidos has objected to the Special Operations Command's awarding of a $271.6 million contract to Adams Communications but others, including the incumbent, might be next. Read More


    EPA floats draft RPF for $140M IT contract

    EPA has released the draft RFP for the next iteration of its ITS-BISS vehicle with a ceiling value of $140 million. Read More


    ViON takes $50M Navy prize for infrastructure-as-a-service

    ViON was picked by the Navy to provide on-premise IT infrastructure-as-a-service to support SPAWAR. Read More


    PlanetRisk prepares for growth with new CFO

    PlanetRisk has hired Abdul Omar to the company’s chief financial officer as it prepares for more growth and merger and acquisition activities. Read More


    Forget the movies. AI's potential lies in more mundane but lucrative applications

    Artificial intelligence may never live up to its Hollywood hype but it still has the potential to be a large new market and a powerful tool for contractors looking to differentiate themselves. Are you ready? Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Navy adds small businesses to cyber warfare contract

    The Navy has added four small business to a contract that it will use to develop a range of support services for cyber warfare. Read More

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