Jacobs Technology wins $85.4M option for technical, engineering support

    Jacobs Technology has been awarded an $85.4 million option to continue its support of Eglin Air Force Base. Read More

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    GD fights for Army medical contract

    General Dynamics IT has filed a bid protest as it battles for a $130 million contract to outfit a new Army medical facility at Fort Bliss, Texas. Read More

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    Lockheed rumor mill goes for a spin

    A report has surfaced naming possible buyers of Lockheed Martin's IT business, but are these serious talks or just fishing trips? Read More

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    Raytheon makes another cyber deal

    Raytheon Co. has acquired Foreground Security to add to its managed security services solutions and professional services capabilities related to cybersecurity. Read More

  • SEC

    Blue Canopy wins $39M contract to improve SEC computing, analytics

    Blue Canopy Group has won a $39 million contract to support the Securities and Exchange Commission’s computing and analytics efforts. Read More


    DFAS considers contract for workforce analysis

    The Defense Finance and Accounting Service is seeking consulting work for human capital strategic planning and data analytics to make plans for its workforce. Read More


    Who closed fiscal 2015 with the biggest contract awards?

    As expected, the ninth month of 2015 saw a flurry of contracts as September closed out the government fiscal year. Who netted the biggest contracts of the month? Read More


    Northrop nets $203.6M option for Global Hawk sustainment

    Northrop Grumman has won a $203.6 million option to sustain the Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle. Read More


    Apprio taps new head of health programs

    Apprio has named Andy Leone executive vice president of the company’s health programs. Read More

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    Booz continues fight for defense contract

    Booz Allen Hamilton has found itself on the other side of a protest fight after having won and lost a competition to support the Defense Media Activity. Read More

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    HP captures $225M Education Department data center contract

    Hewlett-Packard Co. came out the winner in a $225 million competition to move much of the Office of Federal Student Aid data center requirements to the cloud. Read More


    Unisys taps retired general to lead DISA business

    Unisys Corp. has appointed retired Army Brig. Gen. Frederick Henry to lead the company’s business with the Defense Information Systems Agency. Read More

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