Stan Soloway

    18F steps up its acquisition game

    PSC President Stan Soloway takes another look at GSA's 18F experiment and finds that maybe it's going to help the acquisition process after all. Read More

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  • NAVY

    Two win $1.6B Navy C4ISR contract

    M.C. Dean and Honeywell win $1.6 billion contract to put new C4ISR systems on Navy vessels. Read More

  • FAST 50

    FAST 50: How iTility turned a bad situation around

    Things weren't looking good for iTility back in 2008. Then president and CEO Pete Sload bought the company and turned it around enough for iTility to land a spot on the 2015 Washington Technology Fast 50. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Why Salient CRGT makes sense

    Mergers of equals are rare in this market, but Salient CEO Brad Antle gives an inside view of how his company and CRGT made it happen. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • Nick Wakeman

    CSC loses bid to save missile defense contract

    Incumbency and a low price weren't enough to save CSC's bid to keep a systems engineering contract with the Missile Defense Agency. Read More


    Jacobs awarded $7.1M contract extension for engineering, tech acquisition support

    Jacobs Technology has won a $7.1 million contract modification to support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. Read More


    OptioLabs taps three new execs

    OptioLabs has expanded its leadership team by appointing three new executives in an effort to accelerate product development. Read More

  • Navy

    Centerra-Parsons wins $62.1M option for base operations support

    Centerra-Parsons Pacific has won a $62.1 million option to provide base operations support services at Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia. Read More

  • FAST 50

    FAST 50: Credence adds nuts and bolts to consulting practice

    Credence Management Solutions leverages its core value of employee cooperation, and it has paid off, landing the company a spot on Washington Technology's 2015 Fast 50. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • Nick Wakeman

    CSC gets closer to split

    Computer Sciences Corp. is moving steadily towards its split, and the public sector business is reporting strong results that bode well for an independent future. Read More


    CGP, GSA working to avoid chaos once schedules expire

    With many GSA schedules contracts set to expire over the next few years, the time is now for GSA to figure out a game plan for those contractors who hold these schedules and the agencies that rely on them. Read More


    GDIT wins $881M enterprise IT contract

    General Dynamics Information Technology has won an $881 million contract to deliver enterprise IT in support of the U.S. Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems Extended program. Read More

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