DLT Solutions appoints new chief technologist for data analytics

    DLT Solutions has appointed David Rubal to the position of chief technologist for data analytics. Read More


    Verodin adds three to exec team

    Verodin has appointed three to executive positions in the company. Read More

  • NAVY

    Progeny Systems awarded $11.3M option for tech insertion, upgrades

    Progeny Systems Corp. has been awarded an $11.3 million option with the Navy for technology insertion and upgrades. Read More


    Who won November's biggest contracts?

    Contract award activity continued to slow down in November with Washington Technology reporting on 33 awards. Who won the biggest contracts? Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Trump transition team continues to grow

    We have more names and bios of people moving out into the agencies to aid in the transition to the Trump administration. Read More

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    SC3 taps new BD SVP

    SC3 has appointed Susan Holley to the position of senior vice president of business development. Read More


    To encourage innovation, agencies first must define what it means to them

    Innovation is a popular buzzword, but to bring new technology and new ideas to the market government, agencies must first define what it means to them. Read More

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    Tecolote Research nabs $8M advisory, assistance contract

    Tecolote Research has won an $8 million contract to provide the Air Force with advisory and assistance services. Read More


    DataPath CEO talks federal expansion and being a 25-year-old startup

    Earlier this month, DataPath appointed Kevin Benedict as the leader of its federal sales and the company moves to expand its presence in the Washington, D.C., area. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Retirement not in Jay Nussbaum's vocabulary

    Former Agilex executive Jay Nussbaum isn't sitting still after selling the company he co-founded; instead, he's leading two companies, and says he's busier than ever. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Booz makes $250M deal to build digital government skills

    Booz Allen Hamilton is buying Aquilent, the company behind high profile portals such as Healthcare.gov and USA.gov, in a move to accelerate its digital government skills. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    GAO says 'No' to civilian protests

    GAO says it doesn't have the authority to hear protests involving civilian task order contracts, even if the ultimate buyer is the Defense Department. Read More

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