Hear the conversation at Project 38, a podcast series that explores what is driving change in the federal market and how contractors need to prepare for what the market will look like in 2038.

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    PROJECT 38: What's behind the furious pace of today's M&A activity

    Merger-and-acquisition activity in the government market has maintained a stunning pace this year with transactions getting done fast and furious. Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman and Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers review some of the deals that stand out and what they say about trends driving today's market. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: Getting prepped for GSA's largest contract restructuring

    The final phase of one of the federal government’s largest contract restructurings is on the horizon, but the consolidation of GSA's Multiple Award Schedule will take time and effort, so get out the pencils and paper for this episode featuring Global Services CEO and noted GSA Schedule guru Courtney Fairchild and our Ross Wilkers. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: Inside Huntington Ingalls' Alion integration & overall services strategy

    Huntington Ingalls Industries is integrating its $1.65 billion acquisition in Alion Science & Technology in a deal that further illuminates the shipbuilder's strategy for its services and solutions business, whose president Andy Green dives into his plans with our Ross Wilkers for this episode of Project 38. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: What's driving today's hot M&A market?

    The market has rarely seen the level of merger and acquisition activity that we see today with a plethora of large and small buyers. To breakdown what’s driving the deals, Editor Nick Wakeman spoke with Bob Kipps of the investment bank KippsDeSanto. Listen Now

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    More code than papers: inside Noblis' turn into that direction

    Noblis is shifting to a new method and model of delivery amid the nonprofit organization’s continued push to be at the nexus of science and technology for federal agencies. Get the inside view on that multiple-year reinvention as described to our Ross Wilkers by CEO Amr ElSawy and Mile Corrigan, senior vice president of federal civilian solutions. Listen Now

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    AT&T's return to its core and the public sector, public safety arm

    What does AT&T’s broad strategic reset to focus on technology and connectivity mean for its public sector and public safety businesses? Hear the big-picture answers to that question asked by our Ross Wilkers to AT&T's public sector business chief Jason Porter and Jill Singer, who leads the defense and national security business. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: The evolution of 'Verizon 2.0' & its public sector arm

    Verizon wants to be the indispensable partner alongside its customers for modernizing their networks. In this episode, Verizon's public sector leader Jennifer Chronis explains to our Ross Wilkers what that means for the business she leads and how the larger "Verizon 2.0" strategy continues to shape the unit. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: When's the right time to sell your company?

    Often coverage of mergers and acquisitions focuses on the buyer and what it means to them. But in this episode of Project 38, Brandee Daly tells Editor Nick Wakeman why she decided the time was right to sell her company to Smartronix. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: Inside Leidos' culture of change

    On the cusp of his retirement, Leidos Chief Financial Officer James Reagan speaks with Editor Nick Wakeman about how the No. 1 company on the 20201 Top 100 embraces change as a critical part of its cultural and success. Listen Now

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    PROJECT 38: Booz Allen's next strategic plan and the power of diversity

    This episode features excerpts from Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman's interview with Karen Dahut, the leader of Booz Allen Hamilton's defense and commercial business. They talk about the company's next strategic plan, the power of diversity and what it will take for Booz Allen to survive another 100 years. Listen Now

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