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Treasury Managers Stress Teamwork in Major Information Technology Upgrade

Cloud services award will come Wednesday amid Trump budget uncertainty.

Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee, as a part of the confirmation process March 30, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

New Air Force Secretary Sounds a Lot Like the Old One

In her first Washington event, Heather Wilson says the service needs new planes, faster.

A technical trainer for CACI Inc. provides guidance to a solider from the 41st Fires Brigade, during a familiarization fire with the PAS-13 sight at Fort Hood, Texas in 2013.

Private Defense Companies Are Here to Stay – What Does That Mean For National Security?

For-profit corporations are deeply embedded in US national security infrastructure – and they're not going anywhere."

GSA's Massive Telecom Contract Could Come Soon

Two of the agency's largest contracts may be awarded this year, with one as soon as this month.

Ex-GSA Chief Explains Decision Not to Block Trump’s Hotel Arrangement

Denise Turner Roth cites need to avoid politics, though she favors divestment.

SBA Administrator Linda McMahon said: “It is a win-win for federal agencies to get small business contracts into the hands of the innovative small business owners that create jobs in their communities and help to fuel the nation’s economy."

Agencies Largely Maintain Small-Business Contracting Scores

Women-owned businesses landed fewer awards than the previous year.

Boeing Protests Air Force’s Jamming-Plane Decision, Alleging Conflict of Interest

Company officials say the decision to let L3 pick the aircraft means a choice has already been made.

McAfee VP: Cyber Executive Order Could Signal Windfall for Contractors

The order, and other recent bills, could mean more investments in private-sector cyber services, according to Candace Worley, McAfee’s chief technical strategist.