Dell to deliver virtual desktop solution to FBI under $28M deal

    Dell has won a $28 million contract with the Justice Department to provide the FBI with an virtual desktop infrastructure, which the company claims will be one of the largest in the federal government. Read More


    Macfadden to support USAID bureau under a $300M contract

    Macfadden has won a $300 million contract to support a bureau within the U.S. Agency for International Development. Read More

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    Budget, the role of contractors and other issues at PSC's annual conference

    Closed to the press, but open to Twitter, we take a look at some of the highlights from PSC's annual conference. Read More

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    Managed services drove Raytheon's Foreground Security acquisition

    A Raytheon executive explains how the demand for managed security services led the company to acquire Foreground Security. Read More


    MIL Corp. appoints new CFO

    The MIL Corp. has appointed William Loomis to be the company’s new chief financial officer. Read More


    Pentagon considering Agile development for refreshing software

    The Pentagon is exploring Agile development in refreshing the software in its systems, according to FCW. Read More

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    SAIC taps new EVP, general counsel

    Science Applications International Corp. has named Steven Mahon executive vice president and general counsel, effective Nov. 9. Read More

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    ManTech nabs $250M contract for cyber range services

    ManTech International has won a $250 million contract to provide cyber range services to the Defense Information Systems Agency and the U.S. Marine Corps. Read More


    Three keys to better channel partnerships

    Partnerships between OEMs, vendors and resellers can be difficult to manage, but ImmixGroup channel expert Bob Laclede offers three keys to improving the process. Read More

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    Big data pays dividends but adoption still slow

    Government officials say that big data helps them make better decisions, but a new Unisys survey points to other issues that are slowing adoption. Read More


    GSA, DOE seek newest ‘green’ building technologies

    The General Services Administration and the Energy Department today announced their attempt to gather information on innovative “green” building technologies to aid the Green Proving Ground and High-Impact Technology Catalyst programs. Read More


    Jacobs Technology wins $85.4M option for technical, engineering support

    Jacobs Technology has been awarded an $85.4 million option to continue its support of Eglin Air Force Base. Read More

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