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Group wants to ensure progress during the Obama administration is not lost.

Contractors Attempt to Get on the Presidential Candidates' Radar

Industry group works on strategy for ensuring a smooth transition, releases survey of agency buyers.

The KC-46A Pegasus deploys the centerline boom in 2015.

How Boeing Aims To Fix Its Broken Tanker

New hardware on the balky refueling boom will be tested next month.

Senate Debates Defense Policy Bill Under Veto Threat, in Part for Acquisition Reforms

Administration says proposed provisions would "micromanage" the Pentagon.

18F's First Agile Award Is For FedRAMP Dashboard

The new contracting approach had been halted by multiple protests.

Federal Contract Spending Dipped 1.5% in 2015, Study Finds

Bloomberg Government predicts a rebound over the next two years.

5 Things to Watch for When Alliant 2 Hits the Streets

The final request-for-proposals will be issued later this month.

 Dan Wise, from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, prepares to take readings following a successful test of the Office of Naval Research-funded Electromagnetic Railgun installed at a test facility in Dahlgren, Va. in 2012.

Can the Navy’s Electric Cannon Be Saved?

The Pentagon’s futuristic railgun may be obsolete before it arrives. But not its high-tech bullets.

The MK-75 76mm gun abroad the USS Taylor.

A Gunfight Breaks Out Over Navy Ship’s Cannon

A fight has erupted between gunmakers vying to arm the Littoral Combat Ship from swarm boats

Deloitte Will Pay Government $11 Million to Settle Pricing Case

Firm allegedly charged GSA more than private customers in IT contract.

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