WT 360: What 2023's economy means for GovCon

How government contractors are navigating inflation and higher interest rates tops the agenda for this conversation with Ruth Ann Clark of JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking and Don Irwin of J.P. Morgan Private Bank.

WT 360: Deloitte's view of how tech implementation, integration and consulting go together

Deloitte's government and public services practice leader Jason Salzetti goes over how the firm looks to be at the center of those areas in its work with federal agencies.

WT 360: BAE sees teaming as foundational to its success

BAE Systems Inc. executive Peder Jungck joins to explain how his company uses its technology partnership network as a means to know where the market disruption is coming from.

WT 360: The tech and investment threads of Noblis 'Vision 2030'

Company No. 76 on our 2023 Top 100 rankings is both a newcomer and among a handful of nonprofit organizations on the Top 100. The latter status means the company takes a longer-term view of its strategy and investments, which Noblis' chief executive Mile Corrigan goes over in this episode.

WT 360's Info Session dissects the 2023 Top 100

Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman is all done crunching through the numbers for the 2023 Top 100 rankings. Now it's time for him to talk with WT cohort Ross Wilkers about the 30th annual list of the largest federal technology and services contractors in a more directional manner.

WT 360: Ultra I&C's gameplan for its new private equity era

Jon Rucker, president of the Ultra Intelligence & Communications business, goes over what that team has been up to since the parent company's sale to private equity firm Advent International and the strategy's main three legs.

WT 360: ICF's vision for its tech office goes beyond ones and zeros

ICF's lead technology executives Mark Lee and Kyle Tuberson join to explain the company's creation of a new organization focused on innovation and how today's client landscape looks very similar across public sector and commercial markets.

WT 360: All about AT&T's public sector strategy and today's 5G landscape

AT&T's public sector leader Zee Hussain joins to go over how that business unit works to align itself with the goals and vision of the corporation at-large, plus how agencies are starting or in some cases accelerating their 5G journey.

WT 360: Our snap reax to Jacobs' spinoff plan

Washington Technology's Ross Wilkers and Nick Wakeman offer up their first impressions of Jacobs' plan to create a new $4.4 billion-annual revenue government services company.

WT 360's Info Session unpacks the government's two biggest health tech efforts

Adam Mazmanian of FCW and Edward Graham of Nextgov jump in for a review and look-ahead of two ongoing massive electronic health record integrations at the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments, the latter of which is the subject of intense scrutiny.

WT 360: What are V2X's next big steps?

V2X's chief growth and client service officer Sue Deagle joins the podcast to explain the rationale for putting this new company together by merging Vectrus and Vertex, plus how the combined team is looking to grow beyond the foundation already in place.

WT 360's Info Session: The largest Navy conference, banking, cyber, and figuring out JADC2

Lauren Williams and Marcus Weisgerber from our partner publication Defense One jump into the conversation to go over all things military, technology and budgets as they are always key watch items for companies.

WT 360: BigBear's agenda for itself and the AI market

Both the new chief executive of BigBear and head of its federal business join the 360 conversation to lay out the company's pathway it believes is the right one to become an artificial intelligence integration leader.

WT 360: How Aeyon chose its investor and where it wants to go

Aeyon's chief executive Sunny Singh joins the podcast to explain the company's focus on robotic process automation and how it picked its private investment partner.

WT 360: All about GSA's 'MAS-sive' contract consolidation

Companies have much to work on as the General Services Administration turns its 24 Multiple Award Schedule contracts into one. GSA Schedule specialist Courtney Fairchild is here with an updated roadmap for contractors to follow.

WT 360's Info Session: Leidos' CEO transition and troubles with two big contracts

Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman and Ross Wilkers review the upcoming retirement of Leidos CEO Roger Krone after nine years in that role and preview what his successor will bring. The WT team also tries to wrap their heads around why a pair of government-wide vehicles are drawing complaints for very different reasons.

WT 360: Getting SBIR tech into the mainstream still has challenges

Editor Nick Wakeman dives into a bid protest decision with attorney Stephen Bacon that illustrates the challenges companies face when working on a Small Business Innovation Research contract.