THE TOP 17 GOVCON WIRE ARTICLES FOR 2017

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For an end of year wrap-up, we are publishing the top 17 GovCon Wire stories for 2017. These articles were reviewed and analyzed to be the 17 stories with the highest readership for this year.

 

 

 

  1. NIST Reveals Draft of Cybersecurity Framework
  2. Army Opens Solicitation for $82B LOGCAP V Contract
  3. DISA Hands Down Potential $17.5B Encore III IT Services IDIQ
  4. DXC to Merge US Public Sector Business With Vencore, KeyPoint; Mac Curtis to Lead Combined Firm
  5. 55 Firms Land Spots on $37B Army Contract for C4ISR Program Support Services
  6. Leidos Defense Group Head Michael Leiter Leaves Company
  7. Jacobs Wins Potential $771M Task Order for Enterprise Operations, Maintenance Support to USSOCOM
  8. Air Force Orders $78M in Raytheon IFF Transponders, Equipment
  9. Jacobs Wins Follow-On $4.6B MDA Mission Support IDIQ
  10. Google Vet Bikash Koley to Join Juniper Networks as CTO
  11. CRN: DXC Technology’s Senior Management Team Draws From Both CSC, HPE Services Segment
  12. Army Picks 9 Firms for $10B Defense Language Interpretation, Translation Services Contract
  13. 68 Firms Land Spots on $25B VA VECTOR IDIQ
  14. Jacobs Buys Blue Canopy to Further Digital Tech Strategy; Darren Kraabel Comments
  15. CGI Federal to Build Army’s Contract Writing System Under Potential $134M Award
  16. HPE President Antonio Neri to Succeed Meg Whitman as CEO
  17. AECOM Subsidiary Wins $3.6B Contract for Air Force Range Support Services

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