WT 360: Our first snap judgments of the 2024 Top 100

Nick is all done putting together the 2024 Top 100 rankings. Now it's time for Nick and Ross to start talking about the directions and themes the list illustrates about the federal technology and services market.

WT 360: All about Telos' post-IPO journey

Telos Corp.'s chief executive John Wood joins to review the security technology company's four years since its initial public offering and preview the pathway it has laid out for a return to growth.

WT 360: How Iron Mountain works with the world's largest data collector

Iron Mountain's government business leader Melissa Carson joins to break down how the company takes all of the physical data assets federal agencies have accumulated over decades and turns them into a digital form.

WT 360: Astrion's quest to become the next great mid-tier

What does it take to build a great mid-sized contractor? Astrion CEO Dave Zolet answers that question and explains the company's path to get there, along with his perspective on why the middle market is a good place to be.

WT 360: BlueHalo's next steps with Eqlipse in its fold

BlueHalo's chief executive Jonathan Moneymaker joins to explain the thinking behind its combination with fellow tech integrator Eqlipse, plus what the transformation of global defense looks like in 2024 and will look like going forward.

WT 360: All about Guidehouse's vision to be a 'next-generation consultancy'

Guidehouse's chief executive Scott McIntyre joins to explain how the firm defines that very identity it wants to evolve into with the new owners Bain Capital now in place.

WT 360: Our EIC Frank Konkel on Google's government cloud and AI push

Frank Konkel, editor-in-chief for GovExec's publications including us, jumps in to break down both what Google's cloud can now do for federal agencies and the tech giant's larger public sector ambitions.

WT 360: The NDAA is both law and a business roadmap

RSM's government contracting gurus Luis Avila and Stephanie Smith highlight some key signposts in this annual piece of policy legislation that companies can and should use to shape their strategies.

WT 360: Defense One's Lauren Williams on the Pentagon's new cyber-industrial strategy

Our Defense One colleague Lauren Williams jumps in to break down how the Defense Department is pushing to help the industrial base boost their cybersecurity and improve data protection across the entire ecosystem.

WT 360: GovCon needs to watch the push against noncompetes too

Fluet attorneys Marlena Ewald and Grace Williams explain how just like with other industries, everyone in the government market could be affected by the Federal Trade Commission's push to ban noncompete agreements.

WT 360: NextGov/FCW's Natalie Alms on modernization challenges

Our NextGov/FCW colleague Natalie Alms jumps in to overview the government's ongoing challenges in artificial intelligence and customer experience.

WT 360: Steps to take now as you prepare for CMMC

Cyber industry executive Felipe Fernandez offers insights on the actions companies should take now as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification rule moves toward becoming final.

WT 360: Everfox hits the street with focus on government, critical infrastructure

Everfox's chief executive Sean Berg explains how this newly-named cyber company plans to carry out its strategy with the backing of TPG, which carved out the business from former parent Forcepoint.

WT 360: LMI's logistics heritage also informs its present and future

LMI's chief executive Doug Wagoner takes us behind the scenes of how the company shifted from being a nonprofit entity to a for-profit, plus how the company work with government agencies to solve their logistics problems.

WT 360: M&A is not only for the biggest players

Zach Hester, director of M&A strategy and deal generation at Bluestone Investment Partners, explains how small and mid-sized firms focused on organic growth have opportunities in a market where private equity plays a huge role.

WT 360: How GovCon's 'Rule of Two' is poised to grow in scope

Stephen Bacon of the law firm Rogers Joseph O'Donnell goes over the White House's push for agencies to expand their use of this golden rule of government contracting and what it means for small businesses.

WT 360: CMMC lessons from the voluntary assessment program

Derek Kernus explains how his company went through the Defense Department's assessment process for complying with the standards at the heart of CMMC, the rule that will lay out how contractors protect information on their systems.