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Navy Commander Pleads Guilty in Contractor’s Bribery-Prostitution Scheme

Criminal prosecution to continue in case of Singapore-based GDMA.

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched during a 2013 test.

ISIS, Global Threats Boost U.S. Arms Exports

Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest defense contractor, reported strong export growth, and it’s not alone.

With Lockheed Deal, Leidos Now the Government’s Largest IT Provider

As part of the deal, Lockheed Martin will receive $1.8 billion in cash from Leidos and will own a majority – 50.5 percent – equity stake in the company worth $3.2 billion.

Labor Department headquarters in Washington.

When Workers Serve More Than One Employer, Protection Can Be Tricky

New Labor Department guidance responds to rising number of shared employees.

US Government Is Making It Possible to Dump Identifiers Tracking Contracts

As of June 2015, the government relied on approximately 380,000 DUNS numbers to track its contracts, and implementing a new and cost-effective system will not happen overnight.

New Salesforce Deal Could Change the Way Federal Agencies Buy Tech

The “build once, use many times” approach could help agencies comply with FITARA, according to GSA.

Big Trends in Federal Contracting for 2016

Cybersecurity, big data, industry consolidation and more.

Air Force to Delay A-10 Retirement

After trying to retire the battle-tested Warthog for the past two years, Air Force officials concede that the plane is key to the war on ISIS.

FirstNet Posts Multibillion RFP for Public Safety Broadband Network

The RFP was posted after more than a year of discussion with technology companies and public safety groups.