• JIAMDO

    CSRA wins $53M contract to continue systems engineering support

    CSRA has won a $53 million contract to continue supporting the Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense Organization. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    Accenture Federal taps former CIA CTO to lead cybersecurity practice

    Accenture Federal Services has appointed Ira “Gus” Hunt to lead the company’s cybersecurity practice. Read More

  • OPINION

    5 things you must do after winning a contract

    Winning a contract is just the first step. Here are five more things you must do to meet customer expectations and maximize the opportunity of winning a government contract. Read More

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  • GSA

    GSA adds new cybersecurity HACS to Schedule 70

    The General Services Administration launched four new highly adaptive cybersecurity services to IT Schedule 70. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Dell, HPE lead ever evolving tech market

    Rivals Dell and HPE are busily transforming themselves with acquisitions and divestitures, and the change says a lot about where the market is headed. Read More

  • COMMENTARY

    Don't miss these 2017 DOD opportunities

    Fiscal 2017 is looking like it will be a busy one for defense agencies as they look to improve their IT infrastructures. Read More

  • STATE DEPARTMENT

    FCi Federal wins $25.5M contract to support State Department program

    FCi Federal has won a $25.5 million contract to support the State Department’s mail and diplomatic pouch services. Read More

  • AWARDS

    Former CGI exec named to GovCon hall of fame

    Donna Morea, former president of CGI Technologies and Solutions, will be the first female to earn spot in the Greater Washington Government Contractor Hall of Fame for her contributions to the industry. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    White House appoints first chief information security officer

    The White House has appointed Greg Touhill to be the first chief information security officer across the entire federal government. Read More

  • VA

    VA looking for updates to iMedConsent system

    The VA is looking for input on how it can update the login process for its iMedConsent system and connections to its Computerized Patient Record System. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Protests stall $1.5B PACTS II contract

    DHS has been hit with protests from 15 companies who are complaining that they should have been picked as primes as well. Read More

  • ARMY

    Calibre Systems wins $9.4M information system support contract

    Calibre Systems of Alexandra, Va., has won a $9.4 million information system support contract with the Army. Read More

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