Are you ready for the emerging energy opportunity?

The market will be measured in the billions, but contractors will have to look in untraditional places.

4 strategies focused on health IT

Acquisitions and other strategic moves position the largest government contractors for growing health-IT opportunities. Are you working to capture this market?

Inside the evolution of today's corporate CIO

Today's corporate CIO is part IT guru, part business exec, and all about the bottom line.

Industry legends share their toughest decisions

We asked five former senior executives to share their best decisions and some of their regrets as they guided their companies to success.

Insignia's situational awareness feeds success

Insignia Technology Services finds success by believing in the customer's mission.

Edaptive Systems' game plan for pays off — big time

Company puts focus on critical functions to win over government customers.

Integrity's growth path takes planning

Despite Integrity's rapid growth, the company continues to look ahead to where the market is going.

Contractors face their own cloud demons

More companies are turning to the cloud for infrastructure and applications, what can their transition teach the rest of us?

SAP's strategy shaped by 3 megatrends

Company's leadership sees technology feeding a revolution in how the world, including government, operates.

Restructured BAE targets expansion

BAE Systems is focusing on growing segments of the market with its reorganized business unit.

No. 1 Lockheed keeps top spot for 17th year

How does the top systems integrator in the government sector attack today's unforgiving market?

Breaking up not so bad for ITT Corp.

ITT Corp. will split into three companies later this year and its defense unit is ready for some independence.

A new breed of contractors emerges in a tougher market

Tired of expensive IT projects that fail and tight budgets, government agencies are demanding faster and more flexible prime contractors. Can your company make the shift?

Agilex: Built for a new way of doing business

The company's structure saw changes afoot in the government market that demanded more flexibility and agility from contractors.

What the Brits can teach us about collaboration

To combat its budget woes, the U.K. has increased communications between industry and government. Should we follow its example?

Apple launches federal integrator strategy

Apple Corp. is quietly launching partnerships with large and small prime contractors to chase enterprise information system projects. Who are the early adopters?

Lockheed Martin prepares for new IT era

Lockheed Martin maintains its firm grip on the top spot by adapting to customer needs and keeping focused on the government's mission.

Rockefeller calls for public-private action on cybersecurity

Sen. Jay Rockefeller's cybersecurity bill would promote shared responsibility between government and industry.

Acquisition processes might stymie new defense opportunities

Contractors face arcane acquisition processes that might slow new defense opportunities.

Natural selection: Defense contractors must adapt to survive

Contractors respond to shifting defense priorities with acquisitions, new marketing strategies and a never-ending push to get closer to their customers.