• Nick Wakeman

    6 ways to be a better partner

    Partnering is a critical component of the government market. Four experts from large and small businesses offer their best advice for making the best of the prime-sub relationship. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    PSC joins forces with WT parent on new tradeshow

    The Professional Services Council has signed on with 1105 Media to be a founding partner on the new Acquire Show, a two-day conference and trade show built around government acquisition and management. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    2015: A year of dramatic change at a glacial pace

    2015 saw its share of major changes, but those changes were the result of years of slow steady pressure on the market. Read More

  • M&A

    Cubic Corp. acquires two companies for $269M

    Cubic Corp. has made two deals totally $269 million to acquire both TeraLogics and GATR Technologies in a move that enhances Cubic’s defense systems business by investing in a C4ISR portfolio. Read More


    General Atomics wins $338.2M contract to support drones

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has won a $338.2 million contract with the Air Force to support its drones. Read More


    CSRA wins $115M software development task order

    CSRA has won a $115 million single award task order with the U.S. Courts Case Management Office to provide software development. Read More


    OMB officials invent plan to streamline government software purchases

    In an effort to help save taxpayers money, two Office of Management and Budget officials are making plans to consolidate and streamline the way the government buys software. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Protests resolved, 18F prepares for next round of BPAs

    When the Court of Federal Claims ruled against Octo Consulting this week, it cleared the way for GSA to move forward on its Agile development contract for its 18F office as well as clearing the way for another round of awards. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    PSC bids adieu to Soloway

    Stan Soloway, the long-time leader of the Professional Services Council, heads off on his next yet-to-be named adventure and leaves behind a legacy of leadership, friendship and passion. Read More

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    DHS prepares transition to OASIS

    As the Homeland Security Department moves from its own vehicle to a GSA contract it is having its contractors meet with each other in order to determine how to best work with the agency. Read More


    Raytheon taps new CIO

    Raytheon has named Kevin Neifert chief information officer, effective Jan. 1, 2016. Read More


    Air Force looking for innovations for 'kill chain' integration

    The Air Force has asked for concept papers for addressing kill chain integration that includes intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to have an in-depth awareness of emergent threats. Read More

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  • Here's how to tune up your business for 2016 Bob Lohfeld

    Business development and capture expert Bob Lohfeld offers step-by-step guidance on how to evaluate your business and move forward to win more opportunities in 2016. Read More

  • Leadership or management? John Hillen

    Former Sotera CEO John Hillen explores the key differences between leadership and management and why you need to be skilled at both to have a successful business and a career. Read More

  • 5 IT predictions for 2016

    2016 will be an exciting time to work in the public sector as new innovations come to the fore and existing initiatives start to bear fruit. Maximus Federal President Thomas Romeo shares his top picks for 2016. Read More