• Nick Wakeman

    Contractors face prospect of no more task order protests

    Sept. 30 marks the end of the fiscal year and the sunset for contractors to file protests over task order awards worth more than $10 million. That might lower the number of protests filed, but it surely won't help the procurement process. Read More

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    Tribal company wins $17M contract for health surveillance

    Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions has won a $17 million contract to help a Defense Health Agency organization conduct health surveillance efforts. Read More

  • DEFENSE Security Service

    Leidos wins $40M contract to support defense industry security program

    Leidos has won a $40 million contract with the Defense Security Service to support the National Industrial Security System. Read More


    SOSi taps new VP of BD

    SOS International has appointed Mike Franz to the position of vice president of business development. Read More


    Patriot Group International wins $26.5M contract to support counter-narcotics mission

    Patriot Group International has won a five-year, $26.5 million contract to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aerial detection and monitoring support to the U.S. Northern Command. Read More


    VA procurement system still not up to snuff

    The Veterans Affairs Department’s efforts to modernize its procurement system have not been going well. Read More

  • NAVY

    PAE takes Navy forensics, biometrics contract

    PAE has won $66 million contract to provide forensics and biometrics support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center. Read More


    Northrop Grumman nabs $18.1M contract to support Robins Air Force Base

    Northrop Grumman has won an $18.1 million contract to provide product data systems support to the Air Force. Read More


    Octo Consulting taps new CTO

    Octo Consulting Group has appointed Sujey Edward to the position of chief technology officer. Read More


    State Department wants to update the oldest federal library

    The State Department plans to bring the oldest federal library into the next generation for the department’s researchers and analysts. Read More


    Library of Congress awards $40M IT IDIQ

    Three companies were awarded spots on a five-year, $40 million contract to support the Library of Congress (LOC) with IT management and governance support services. Read More

    Lisa Pafe

    Is the Alliant 2 finish line farther away than ever?

    The Alliant 2 program continues to be battered by protests and other delays and potential bidders need to use the extra time wisely. Bid and proposal expert Lisa Pafe offers her best advice on how to take advantage of the delays. Read More

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