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F-35 Chief: Pentagon Should Think Hard Before Making Another Joint Fighter

Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan has a bit of advice for Air Force and Navy leaders envisioning their next tactical aircraft.

White House Would Curb Contracting Waste with Innovation Labs

Agencies will appoint acquisition innovation advocates to improve IT investments.

A Rafale fighter on the final assembly line in the factory of French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation.

If Trump Wins, Expect Thousands of Defense Jobs to Move to Europe

The GOP frontrunner's anti-Muslim comments could prompt U.S. allies to shop elsewhere for arms.

GSA Looks for New Schedule 70 Manager to Oversee $15B in Tech Contracts

The agency is looking for someone to lead the largest IT acquisition vehicle in government.

A reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo is seen reflected in the glasses of a cyber security analyst in the agency's watch and warning center.

Federal Agencies are Using Last Summer’s ‘Cyber Sprint’ to Justify Sole-Source IT Contracts

Some of these so-called sole-source contracts appear to violate federal contracting rules, according to procurement experts.

The Most Anticipated IT Contracts in 2016

"This is the biggest year for federal IT contract vehicles in a decade," according to one analyst.

The Army Just Scrapped a $4B Tech Contract

Cites “changes in the government’s requirements.”

Pentagon Now Taking Bids on $17.5B Encore III Contract for Global IT Services

The contract is essential to the Defense Department’s Joint Information Environment.

SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet

SBA Reports Record-High Contracting for Women-Owned Firms

White House applauds effort in which seven agencies beat small business goal.

David Berteau

Contractors Group Picks Ex-Pentagon Logistics Exec as Chief

David Berteau to replace Stan Soloway at Professional Services Council.