Enterprise Software

DLT taps Oracle vet for sales director position

DLT Solutions has tapped Oracle veteran Kimberly Boarts to serve as senior director of enterprise applications.

Gens. Lawrence, Sorenson share insights on transformation

Whether it is everything as a service, cloud computing, big data or mobile, the government technology landscape is evolving quickly. Retired Lt. Gens. Susan Lawrence and Jeff Sorenson talk about the challenges and opportunities that come with change.

NGA seeks software organizer

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is tired of managing its software contracts and is looking to hire a contractor to help.

Harris blames pricing, adultery for lost NGEN contract

Harris Corp. accused the Navy of not properly evaluating pricing and not conducting a thorough investigation of the NGEN program manager's affair with another contractor.

Forest Service explores IT needs for security program

The U.S. Forest Service is looking for information on the best way to acquire a full range of IT services for the Comprehensive and Robust Information Security, or CRIS2 program.

Deltek CEO Mike Corkery makes his mark

Mike Corkery has led Deltek for nearly a year, and in that time, it has captured a broader set of customers and expanded its reach into new markets. What's his vision for Deltek 3.0?

Is the NetCents II nightmare over?

At one point, the Air Force sounded like it was ready to fight for its decision involving the $6.9 billion NetCents II Products contract, but that resolve might be fizzling as at least two of the eight protestors have been told to stand by for new award decisions.

Presidio joins NetCents II Products protestors

The headcount of protestors objecting to the Air Force's NetCents II Products award decision has grown to six as Presido Network Solutions files its objections with the Government Accountability Office.

Air Force stands by latest NetCents II Products decision

While the number of bid protests against the NetCents II Products contract has risen to six, the Air Force says its decision is sound, and will not be taking a corrective action this time. So, what happens now?

Avaya joins fight for Customs contract

Avaya Government Solutions has added its own protest to a Customs and Border Protection contract awarded to Lockheed Martin. Incumbent IBM Corp. filed a protest earlier this month after losing the ACE contract, which it has held since 2001.

IBM to integrate AF pay systems

Under a $12 million contract, IBM will design an ERP system to integrate the Air Force's military personnel and pay process into a single system.

NASA launches $20B SEWP V contract

The long-awaited NASA SEWP V request for proposals is out with awards expected in four groups including set asides for veterans and HUBZone businesses. Based on SEWP IV results, who are the top five contenders for this iteration?

More protests hit NetCents 2

The contract vehicle that has become synonymous with bid protests and delays has been hit with at least four more. Will NetCents 2 ever get started, or it is time to pull the plug?

The transformation of government VARs

In this special report, some of the leading value-added resellers in the government market share their strategies for success and how their business models continue to evolve.

4 tips for VARs' survival

As part of our special report on the transformation of today's value-added reseller, we offer four tips critical to their survival going forward.

AF makes six NetCents 2 awards for $960M

The Air Force moves forward with six large business awards for its NetCents 2 Applications contract. Who won this $960 million prize?

Army sets up 8(a) competition for software licenses

The Army is setting up a contract for 8(a) small businesses to provide software licences and maintenance for several brand name products, including Oracle and Cisco.