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Latest Government Contracting Companies Mentioned in the News

  • Unanet


    Unanet is a software company based in Dulles, Virginia. The company provides enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management programs for organizations in the government contracting, architecture, engineering, construction and professional services markets. Unanet's team aims to assist clients with organizing and executing projects and budgets and releases an annual GAUGE Report that collects testimonies on the state of GovCon. Prior to 2020, the company was known as Clearview Software.

  • DLT Solutions

    DLT Solutions

    DLT Solutions is a public sector-serving information technology company. Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, DLT partners with companies such as Dell, Red Hat and Oracle to market software to government clients. Their team holds expertise in fields such as big data and analytics, cybersecurity, data consolidation and cloud computing, among others. Tech Data Corporation acquired the organization in 2019. They have participated in contracted projects with the DOD and the GSA.

  • Pivotal


    Pivotal Software was a San Francisco, California-headquartered program maker and services company. It produced platform-as-a-service offerings—cloud-derived models on which customers in the financial services, media, industrial and automotive markets (among others) could create, implement and operate software. Pivotal collaborated on projects with the U.S. Air Force, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the Defense Innovation Unit. In 2019, VMware acquired the company and it ceased to operate independently.

  • Kratos Defense and Security Solutions

    Kratos Defense and Security Solutions

    Kratos Defense and Security Solutions is a technology company that serves primarily U.S. government customers as well as allied nations. Working to bolster national security, Kratos' core capabilities include unmanned systems, cybersecurity/warfare, missiles and combat systems, as well as satellite communications, microwave electronics and hypersonic systems, aiming to produce a force multiplier effect. The San Diego, California-based company is working under a $54 million Air Force Research Laboratory task order.

  • Elastic


    Elastic is a software company based in Mountain View, California. The organization produces programs that are focused on enterprise search, observability and security functions and are designed to work within data-centric environments, whether in the cloud or on-site. Elastic has earned  Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification at moderate impact level and has worked on projects for agencies such as the U.S. Air Force and Department of Homeland Security.

  • Engility


    Engility was a defense contacting company originally incepted in 2012 as a continuation of the services arm of L-3 Communications Holdings. In 2018, the company was acquired by SAIC. Engility was headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia and specialized in engineering and logistics activities. During its original years of operation under L-3, the company worked on projects with the U.S. Army, Air Force, the Department of Homeland Security and more.

  • Deloitte


    Deloitte is a family of management consulting firms also known as Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. Headquartered in London, England, Deloitte operates an expansive international network of independent firms that offer services such as audit and assurance, risk management, financial advisory and tax assistance. Deloitte is known as one of the big four accounting organizations. They are currently working under contracts from the Defense Health Agency and the U.S. Army.

  • Raytheon Intelligence & Space

    Raytheon Intelligence & Space

    Raytheon Intelligence & Space is the arm of defense and aerospace contracting company Raytheon Technologies that produces tools such as sensors, software, ground systems, cybersecurity and especially command, control, communication, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. It is one of four main Raytheon businesses and is based in Arlington, Virginia. Its team is currently working under a $175 million U.S. Air Force contract through 2026 manufacturing signals and providing intelligence services.

  • Lumen Technologies

    Lumen Technologies

    Lumen Technologies is an information technology company that offers integrated digital services to the private and public sectors. Its current form is the result of a series of mergers and acquisitions throughout its history—the earliest iteration of the company is Oak Ridge Telephone Company. Currently, the Monroe, Louisiana-headquartered organization provides network, security, edge computing, hybrid cloud and other managed, professional services to entities such as the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • L3Harris Technologies

    L3Harris Technologies

    L3Harris Technologies is a defense contracting company, technology manufacturer and provider of information technology services, primarily to the public sector. L3Harris' Melbourne, Florida-headquartered team works on projects involving autonomous systems, electronic warfare and command, control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. They partner with customers across industries and domains and are currently working under a $700 million Space Development Agency contract through 2025, as well as a $496 million U.S. Navy contract.

  • Decision Lens

    Decision Lens

    Decision Lens is a software developer whose products aim to help government customers organize their schedules and finances. The Arlington, Virginia-headquartered company's offerings are designed to empower the public sector to execute prioritization on various timelines as well as implement budgets. DL provides its services through available contracts from the General Services Administration, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Army and its programs have achieved FedRAMP authorization.

  • Altamira


    Altamira Technologies Corporation is an open source technology company that offers engineering and analytic services. The McLean, Virginia-based organization serves the defense, intelligence and homeland security sectors and builds on established tenets of architecture, data and security to yield new discoveries. Altamira is currently assisting the scientific and development analytic capacity of the Secretary of the Air Force's Concepts Development and Management Office under a five-year, $36 million contract.