Federal IT market poised to hit $111.9B by 2015

Input predicts that the federal market for information technology contractors will grow at a faster rate than the overall federal IT budget, hitting $111.9 billion by 2015.

Telcos aim to take business from integrators

As the network does indeed become the computer, Susan Zeleniak of Verizon Federal thinks telecommunications carriers might be poised to take business from systems integrators. Zeleniak and Verizon have done it already.

DHS procurement office eyes contract hybrids

The Homeland Security Department’s Office of Procurement Operations is looking at contracts that include some performance-based items as a way to meet governmentwide requirements to reduce spending on contracts considered to be high risk.

DHS plans EAGLE II take-off

The Homeland Security Department plans to issue solicitations this fiscal year for a departmentwide IT services contracting program to proceed DHS' $45 billion EAGLE acquistion vehicle.

DHS forum to plot Eagle II strategy

The Homeland Security Department will hold an online forum for interested vendors for DHS' upcoming Eagle II-unrestricted IT procurement vehicle.

DHS considers new structure for $45B Eagle II contract

The Homeland Security Department is considering getting rid of all functional categories and allowing broad competition for the possible EAGLE II-Unrestricted acquisition vehicle.

Industry day pending for Eagle II Small Business

The Homeland Security Department plans to hold an industry day in the next few months for the small business portion of its second-generation contract vehicle to obtain information technology support services.

Small businesses to get their own EAGLE

The Homeland Security Department is working out details of a small-business version of the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions contract.