Training and Certification

Should contracting professionals go back to school?

In today’s government market, current and potential contracting professionals should consider earning professional certifications rather than seeking the almighty MBA.

Kratos secures $86M to train Navy workforce

National-security technology company will provide specialized training to the Naval Eduction & Training Command or NETC.

OPM botches Presidential Management Fellows finalist notification

Some semifinalists in the competitive Presidential Management Fellows program were mistakenly told they had been accepted as finalists.

BAE to upgrade Navy shipboard, airborne communications systems

The work covers shore systems, mobile and airborne communications testing and certification.

Adayana tutors DOD group on specialized anti-terrorism methods

The contractor and its team will use blended-learning solutions to provide instruction to the DOD's Technical Support Working Group.

Northrop collaborates to produce next-gen environmental stewards

Northrop Grumman and Conservation International bring teachers to the rain forest to foster more science education.

SAIC develops next-gen Army training system

Award calls for conceptual modeling, engineering, design, test and integration services on OneSAF system.

Serco wins Navy IDIQ contract for HR, IT support

The company will compete for $47 million worth of task orders to support the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.

28 win spots on $2B Navy training contract

Winners will compete to do everything from develop courses to delivering training systems. Who's been named to Training Systems Contract III?

Cole captures Army training contract

Company will support training and simulation product.

ICF hires expert to strengthen clients' HR programs

ICF has hired a former DHS human resources executive to improve its clients' human capital and performance management programs.

ICF takes emissions tech to Asia under USAID contract

ICF International Inc. is working with the U.S. Agency for International Development in support of the Low Emissions Asian Development program under a five-year contract valued at $21.5 million.

Northrop builds $50M e-training system for Navy

Northrop Grumman Corp. will design and build a PC-based training system for the Navy under a five-year contract worth $49.9 million.

ICF award helps FEMA prepare for radiological emergencies

ICF International Inc. has won a five-year recompete contract worth more than $15 million to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency implement its Radiological Emergency Preparedness program.

GDIT leads team to upgrade DOD language center infrastructure

General Dynamics Information Technology and five smaller companies will share potentially $96.3 million to provide language-training technology and staffing at the Defense Department center.

Teledyne develops new missile testing technologies for DOD

A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary will provide new testing technology for the Missile Defense Agency’s Objective Simulation Framework under a five-year contract with a potential value of $595 million.

A-T Solutions brings expertise to Navy ordnance disposal ops

A-T Solutions Inc. has won a four-year contract worth $21.9 million to provide explosive ordnance disposal experts and other technical expertise to the Navy.