Business as usual: Regulators seek more info on L3Harris-Aerojet transaction

The Federal Trade Commission asking L3Harris Technologies "tell us more" about the acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne carries on the norm of lengthy antitrust reviews involving large defense industry transactions.

9 technologies that are changing federal health IT

Large initiatives such as electronic health records are driving significant opportunities across a broad set of technologies including the cloud, cyber, wearables and artificial intelligence.

Air Force to industry: Forget the fluff

Government buyers often see a lack of substance and focus in what companies offer in their proposals and marketing materials. Here is some advice straight from your customer.

Yet another CIO-SP4 fix is in the works

The self-scoring aspect of the competition for the $50 billion IT contract remains a sticking point for small business bidders.

From deliverables to outcomes, rethinking digital transformation

To make digital transformation more than just another buzzword, industry must focus on delivering results rather than technology.

What's ahead in federal health IT?

This analysis explores the breadth and depth of opportunities in the federal market, including infrastructure, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.

Air Force initiatives take center stage at our next Power Breakfast

On March 10, leaders from the branch's chief information and small business offices will help us take a deep dive into their IT priorities

VA to rethink $300M award decision

The Veterans Affairs Department makes this decision with a bid protest ruling just a few weeks away.

Bridge contract highlights procurement system dysfunction

The government has to extend an Army task order for critical weapons research, but that doesn't make it a good practice for managing acquisitions.

Veterans Affairs gives itself some more T4NG2 wiggle room

The department delays the release of a final solicitation for the potential $60 billion technology contract as it continues to process questions and comments from industry.

How not to ruin your chance to bid

Tips, techniques, and high-impact intangibles for successful RFP responses.

What execs need to know about using LinkedIn

The social media platform has several 'powers' that government contractors can wield to build their business and connect with customers.

8 client satisfaction guidelines every project manager should know

Relationships are critical for successful project management. Here are eight things to keep in mind.

New round of CIO-SP4 protests gets underway

Companies are sounding the same complaints over their elimination from the multiple-award $50 billion IT competition: the scoring threshold to advance into the next round is arbitrary.

What a zero-trust blueprint might look like for multi-national coalitions

The U.S., NATO and other allies need to lean into security frameworks such as zero-trust if they hope to hold an advantage over emerging adversaries.

GovTribe's top 20 contracts highlight the industry-wide conversations

GovTribe releases a monthly top 20 opportunities list based on user searches of their website. We take a look at the February 2023 list and its diverse set of requirements.

Octo secures new evaluation for $1.7B IT contract

A second protest case involving this National Cancer Institute blanket purchase agreement could also see a resolution soon.