Retention is what wins the talent war

Growing the workforce is only part of the overall human capital question for companies in the government market because keeping the talent they have is what ultimately wins the day.

Bersoff leads GovCon awards with Hall of Fame induction

The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council picked the top executives and contractors of the year and named BTG founder Ed Bersoff to the Greater Washington Government Contractor Hall of Fame.

IBM hires Army vet with an eye to next-gen logistics

IBM has hired retired Army Col. John Kuenzli, a logistics expert who has an eye on how the power of both cloud computing and containerization will bring more power and insights to the military's logistics operations.

How SAIC helps vets boost their cyber career paths

Many companies put a value on hiring veterans and here's how SAIC is supporting veterans by using a scholarship to advance their cyber careers.

Who will be chosen as GovCon's best for 2019?

Nominations for this year's edition of the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards are in.

Lisa Bruch, telecom vet, dies at age 62

Lisa Bruch, a long-time telecom veteran recently at CenturyLink, dies at the age of 62.

DynCorp is bouncing back and sounds ready to buy

DynCorp International's top and bottom line are both on the upswing again after being hit hard by defense spending declines. Their CEO explains how they turned things around and why DynCorp is ready to be a buyer of others.

Salient CRGT adds Miller as health, civilian lead

Salient CRGT hires former General Dynamics and CSRA executive Rebecca Miller as sector president for health and civilian agencies.

Contractor CFOs picked among the DC region's best

The Northern Virginia Technology Council reveals finalists for the 2018 Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards and government contracting firms are well represented.

ENSCO founder Paul W. Broome dies at 85

Dr. Paul W. Broome, the founder and former long-time leader of Falls Church, Va.-based ENSCO Inc., has died at the age of 85.

Final hours for Federal 100 nominations

Get your submissions in by noon ET on Wednesday, Jan. 3.

Accenture's new federal lead sees disruption as growth engine

Accenture's new federal leader John Goodman explains how disruption is both a way of doing business and a market trend the contractor must answer to.

Greg Godbout on career choices and agile development's evolution

The co-founder of 18F and former EPA CTO Greg Godbout has moved to TechFlow to create a Sherpa to help agencies make real changes through agile development and digital services.

FedBiz IT Solutions turns NASA contract into stellar growth platform

FedBiz IT Solutions hopes its second straight year atop our annual Fast 50 rankings is merely the start of a long winning streak in the government market.

Greg Touhill continues his cyber mission in the private sector

Now in the private sector at Cyxtera, former federal CISO Greg Touhill views his role in helping federal agencies move to new technologies as very similar to when he was in government.

Forcepoint eyes human factor for global government cyber growth

The Raytheon-backed Forcepoint venture focuses on defending the people in cybersecurity and sees that as its angle to expand in global government markets.

Govini names six to board of advisers

Public sector data company Govini reveals the names of six government and technology industry veterans to the company's board of advisers.