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To Keep Winning Federal Contracts, Small Businesses Say They Have to Spend More

Cost of doing business with government rose 15 percent in three years, survey shows.

What Chief Innovation Officers Mean To Tech Contractors

It signals a willingness to invest in emerging technology.

Bonneville Power Administration Faulted for Lax Oversight of Contractors

Energy watchdog cites risk of private workers doing inherently governmental tasks.

Trump is Now America’s Arms Deal Negotiator

His meetings and bombshell tweets with the heads of America’s two largest weapon makers show Trump will play a role in hammering out contracts.

Will Trump Bring Back Outsourcing and A-76?

Unions and procurement specialists await clues on how the president-elect’s agenda for trimming agencies might affect contractors.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, and PayPal founder Peter Thiel, center, listen as President-elect Donald Trump speaks last week.

Peter Thiel is Pushing Donald Trump to Use Private Space Companies at NASA

The battle over how humans head for the stars has taken a new turn.

In 2017, Expect Fierce Competition for Defense IT Contracts

Over half of the top 100 contractors will be more "exposed"—at risk of losing revenue—than they were in 2016.

Obama waves as he arrives on Air Force One for his annual family vacation in Hawaii. Trump has targeted a contract to modernize Air Force One.

Trump Can't Actually Cancel Federal Contracts on a Whim

The process of withholding payments for government work is intentionally cumbersome.

The Boeing and Saab pilot training jet flies for the first time on Dec. 20, 2016, in St. Louis.

A New Military Jet Flies Just One Year After It Was Designed

The new Boeing and Saab plane took to the sky for the first time on Tuesday, showing defense firms can build complex weapons quickly.

Cyber Vendor to Pay $1M Settlement for Bid Rigging

ThunderCat Technologies is based in Reston.

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