Services reinvigorated GSA schedules program

When GSA added services to Schedule 70, it changed agencies' perception of the program and opened a new market for government contractors.

9 contracts that changed how government buys tech

The contracts that shaped today's government market, from Advanced Automation System to SEWP IV.

ITS to rebuild GSA inventory system

ITS Corp., a subsidiary of QinetiQ North America, will install an advanced inventory system for the General Services Administration under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $39 million.

GSA contract expiration reflects market needs, experts say

GSA official says many GWACs won't be renewed as GSA markets its Alliant and Alliant Small Business contracts.

OFPP to clarify inherently governmental jobs in July

OFPP's clarification of the lines surrounding inherently governmental functions will take a more people-centered approach.

CSC wins Navy task order for IT network support

CSC will assist the Navy with information technology services under a one-year task order worth an estimated $29 million.

GAO: Contractor performance reviews fall short

Federal agencies conducted only 31 percent of the required performance reviews on contracts in 2007, the GAO found in a new report.

Defense projects top 2010 federal IT wish list


EMentum helps Justice simplify case load management

EMentum will provide technical and project management support to the Justice Department under a three-year, $7.5 million contract.

Unisys to help DOD with financial processes

Unisys has won a GSA task order potentially worth $92 million to provide managed desktop solutions to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

NetApp settles GSA dispute for $128M

The company has agreed to pay the government $128 million to settle a dispute with the Justice Department and the General Services Administration.

DRC to continue logistics assistance to Air Force center

Dynamics Research Corp. will provide continuing logistics support to the Air Force under a five-year task order worth $3.7 million.

Two firms win BPAs for stimulus support services

The General Services Administration is preparing for a massive flood of orders from agencies for help in spending money from the economic stimulus law.

CSC and Vision Technologies to upgrade EPA technology

Computer Sciences Corp. and its protégé company Vision Technologies Inc. will provide infrastructure services to the Environmental Protection Agency under an eight-year contract that has a cumulative value of $102 million.

SRA to triage CDC health care data center

SRA International will assist the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention manage health care data under a three-year, $21 million contract.

DLT will provide new software and services across DOD

DLT Solutions Inc. will install commercial software applications throughout the Defense Department under a five-year contract that has a maximum value of $18 million.

ITS to spur IT growth at Agriculture Department

ITS Corp. will help the Agriculture Department develop new information technology systems under a three-year, $36.8 million General Services Administration task order.

SRA wins GSA task order for DOD

SRA International Inc. will provide communications and other support services to the Defense Department under a five-year task order that could be worth more than $200 million if all options are exercised.

ACS continues loan-processing work for Education

Affiliated Computer Services will continue supporting the Education Department’s student loan program under a one-year contract extension valued at $190 million.

Cox expands telecom services for government agencies in Virginia

Cox Communications Inc. will extend telecommunications services to military and government customers in Virginia under a $57.8 million GSA contract.