IT consolidation has been a high-priority federal initiative for years. While the value is clear, it’s critical for federal IT pros to understand a key piece of the equation: to realize the full value, agencies must also consolidate their ITOM tools.
2018 has been a year of tremendous change in the marketplace and the Top 100 rankings are one of the best tools for the understanding the trends driving today's competitive environment. Join Washington Technology's Editor in Chief, Nick Wakeman has he takes a deep dive into our annual rankings of the largest prime contractors in the federal market. During this webcast, we’ll look at the highs and lows reflected in the rankings as well as look ahead at the major trends driving today’s market.
The U.S. Federal Government wants its agencies to modernize their use of IT, primarily through increasing the use of cloud platforms. The prime benefits are expected to be more agility, improved resilience and security and, in the long term, better citizen services and improved agency reputations.
The Army consolidated several of its more popular IDIQ contracts into one mega-contract, Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services, known as RS3.
It has a $34.5 billion ceiling and so far it is held by 16 large businesses and 39 small businesses, but more awards are coming later this year in Phase 2.
In this hour-long webcast, we’ll take a deep dive into this vehicle, which is being used to buy a wide range support services related to command and control systems, computers, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, commonly grouped together as C4ISR.