IT jobs continue to rise in July

    Information technology jobs have continued the trend of tepid growth from last month, according to a report from TechServe Alliance. Read More


    Northrop appoints new division VP, cyber

    Northrop Grumman has named Robert Fleming vice president of cyber, unattended systems and division strategy for the company’s land and self protection systems division. Read More


    GCN names 2015's top tech solutions

    GCN, a sister publication of Washington Technology, has announced its winners for the 2015 GCN Awards for IT Excellence, which honors public sector IT systems. Read More


    Top 4 opportunities at FAA

    The FAA dominates the IT spending at the Transportation Department, and immixGroup analyst Kevin Shaker explores the top four opportunities at the agency. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    If you aren't ready for September, it's too late

    Nearly a quarter of all government IT spending happens in September, so billions of dollars are at stake. Have you laid the ground work for the busiest month of the year? Read More

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  • ARMY

    Northrop wins $13.6M contract mod for IT support

    Northrop Grumman has won a $13.6 million contract modification to provide information technology to the Army. Read More

  • M&A

    American Systems picks up more engineering, IT services with latest acquisition

    American Systems has added complementary engineering and IT services as well as new employees with its acquisition of EM Business Holdings. Read More


    Abt Associates wins $7.4M contract for technical assistance

    Abt Associates has won a $7.4 million contract to provide technical assistance for the Social Security Administration’s Work Incentive Planning and Assistance program. Read More

  • NAVY

    SRI International wins $8.5M R&D contract

    SRI International has won an $8.5 million contract with the Navy to provide research and development services to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Read More


    GSA, OPM to set up large human capital contracts

    The General Services Administration released solicitations for two multiple-award governmentwide contract vehicles to provide agencies with complex, tailored training and development services for employees. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    No protests for huge Leidos health record contract

    IBM and Computer Sciences Corp. have decided not to protest Leidos' $4.3 billion Defense Department electronic health record contract, leaving us in the dark about many details of how Leidos pulled off the victory. Read More

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    DISA plans for five-year IDIQ to develop virtualization platform

    The Defense Information System Agency extended the response date for feedback on developing and planning the Defense Department’s virtualization platform. Read More

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