A Bahrain owned company also saw a increases in government contracting, while GE and Verizon lost federal business.
Steve Blank teaches Hacking for Defense, a new course at Stanford University that links students with defense agencies to promote innovation in engineering.
The Professional Services Council and IT Alliance for Public Sector say lowest price technically acceptable is the wrong process to use when evaluating ENCORE III bidders.
Bryan Clark, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and Dr. Caroline Mahoney of the Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center discuss new technology on Pentagon Solutions.
Katherine Blakeley, research fellow for the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, joins host Derrick Dortch to discuss her new report on the seven areas to watch in the FY 2017 defense budget. April 29, 2016
The under secretary of Defense for acquisition, technology and logistics assured lawmakers that the DoD is keeping a close eye on the cybersecurity measures of its vendors.
The two agencies released a joint statement on April 12 “reaffirming the importance of preserving competition in the defense industry.”
Jack Midgley, executive officer, Defense and Social Infrastructure, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Co. Ltd, joins host Roger Waldron on Off the Shelf to discuss Deloitte’s Asia-Pacific Defense Outlook for 2016. April 5, 2015
This week’s Pentagon Solutions looks at sleep-deprivation among Army soldiers and defective contract at six Navy and Coast Guard shipbuilding programs.
Federal auditors have rejected a protest by Boeing and Lockheed Martin and upheld an Air Force decision to award a lucrative new bomber contract to Northrop Grumman Corp.
Greg Wenzel, executive vice president and lead, Digital Initiatives, at Booz Allen Hamilton’s Strategic Initiative Group, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how agencies can generate and store big data in a secure manner. February 16, 2016
Fiscal 2017 may be the beginning of a funding gap between what the Defense Department needs and what it can be allocated unless Congress can fix the budget.
Lockheed Martin is spinning off its Information Systems & Global Solutions unit and merging it with engineering company Leidos in order to double down on its defense and aerospace holdings.
The Defense Department’s new policy on climate change forces component heads to consider climate change in almost every decision.