Accenture subsidiary wins potentially $286M contract to support VA service desk program

    ASM Research has won a potentially $286 million contract to support the Veterans Affairs Administration’s National Service Desk. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Tangle of government databases pose risk for contractors

    Engility Corp. came out on top in its protest of a $270 million Army contract, but its victory serves as a warning to any company making acquisitions in the government market. Read More

  • FAST 50

    FAST 50: Research Innovations founder just couldn't stay away from federal market

    Research Innovations CEO Rich Briggs sold his first business after a successful 15-year run, but the challenge of the federal market lured him back for more. Read More


    Literal lessons from the trenches

    Knowing your competitors weakness is just one of the lessons that marketing expert Mark Amtower shares as he connects military strategies to success in the GovCon market. Read More

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    Synectics adds four to BD team

    Synectics for Management Decisions Inc. has made four additions to its business development team. Read More

  • ARMY

    Lockheed Martin wins $37.3M contract for next gen technical services

    Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems has won a $37.3 million contract to provide the Army with next generation technical services. Read More


    ERPSI wins $7.6M task order to support e-commerce program

    Enterprise Resource Planned Systems International has won a $7.6 million task order to support the Defense Health Agency’s E-Commerce Program. Read More


    Northrop Grumman wins $12M information processing contract

    Northrop Grumman Information Systems has won a $12 million contract to continue providing the Air Force with information processing support. Read More


    InfoZen captures $208M DHS contract

    InfoZen has won a $208 million contract to support the Citizen and Immigration Services’ Office of Information Technology, and it took on one of the market's biggest companies to do it. Read More

  • FAST 50

    FAST 50: ApplyLogic's steady approach fuels growth

    Jeff Ramella founded ApplyLogic as a solo business in 2004, but a focus on three core capabilities has brought steady growth and a second straight appearance on the Washington Technology Fast 50. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Clarify or discussion? That's a big question in the world of bid protests

    A company has seen its argument that the government opened discussions with a competitor fail as GAO upholds a $165.1 million contract award for IT services. Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Has infrastructure become a bipartisan opportunity?

    With the dire condition of roads and bridges and the need improve broadband and the power grid, infrastructure projects might have enough cover to move forward despite continued partisan wrangling. Read More

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