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Contractors Annoyed After DHS Scraps $675M Cyber Contract

The group said each team of contenders had spent hundreds of thousands of dollars preparing proposals

A civilian contractor works with Iraqi soldiers in 2015.

Military Contractors Return in Numbers to Iraq

Behind the president’s directive to ‘accelerate’ the counter-ISIS campaign came a surge in the number of contractors assisting in the campaign against ISIS.

Amid Protest, Window Closing for Bids on $50 Billion Networking Deal

There's been a flurry of recent activity on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.

A B-2 Spirit bomber taxis on a flightlins during Exercise Global Thunder 15 in 2014.

The Real Winners of the Air Force Bomber Contest

The selection of Northrop Grumman to build a new stealth bomber is the first major award in years to withstand a government audit and, for some, a win for Pentagon reforms.

How to Tame the Software Beast

Veterans of the United Kingdom’s category management campaign offer support and encouragement to agencies and OMB.

Pentagon Rule Would Deepen Dialogue with Major Industry Contractors

Better Buying Power follow-up seeks advance notice of R&D investment.

DOD Invests to Prep Networks for Internet of Everything

The Pentagon’s IT arm recently gave the tech trend du jour more validation with the $4.3 billion Global Network Services contract.

Airman 1st Class Jesse Gordon, a 436th Maintenance Squadron crew chief, works on an aircraft.

Air Force Told To Save Millions on Contractors’ Depot Labor

Service acquisition chief disagrees with Pentagon watchdog recommendations.

Agencies Are Increasingly Reliant on Industry for Innovation

Report chronicles the need for better collaboration between government and the private sector.