Tag Archives: Government Contractors

GovCon Expert Kim Koster: Looking to Lift Cash Flow? Try Tightening SubK Management

Kim Koster Unanet GovCon Expert

Kim Koster, vice president of GovCon Strategy at Unanet, co-author of the 2020 GAUGE Report and GovCon Expert, has published her latest article as a member of Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Expert program on Thursday. GovCon Expert Koster explains how in the current financial climate, a few upgrades to labor, billing processes and capabilities can loosen cash constraints and bolster profitability for the federal market.

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How Coronavirus May Effect Federal Contracts and Contractors; Soraya Correa Quoted


In a March 5 letter to agency contractors, Soraya Correa, chief procurement officer at the Department of Homeland Security, told her contracting staff to keep advised of the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) using the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines. 

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TechnoMile Launches Cloud-Based Contract Mgmt Apps Built on Salesforce Platform; Ashish Khot Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 19, 2016 — TechnoMile has launched a suite of cloud-based applications that work to help government contractors manage contracts and task orders, partner with federal agencies and gather agency spending data, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday. The company said Friday GovCon Suite is built on the Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) App Cloud system and is …

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Jack London to Enter Washington GovCon Hall of Fame

Jack London, executive chairman at CACI International and former CEO for 23 years, will be inducted into the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards hall of fame Nov. 1. The awards ceremony is sponsored by the Fairfax County, Va. Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Services Council and Washington Technology. London recently …

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Maryland Approves Potential $297M CSC Medicaid Contract

The Maryland Board of Public Works approved a potential $297 million contract with Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) Wednesday to operate the state’s system of tracking Medicaid claims and patients. The Baltimore Business Journal reports the contract has five base years worth $171 million and three two-year options worth nearly …

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NIST Seeks Cybersecurity Services on $70M IDIQ

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking contractors to provide cybersecurity services through an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with an anticipated value of $70 million. According to a Dec. 23 notice, the work will entail “technical expertise and consultation in multiple specified areas of cyber and information security.” NIST anticipates …

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FBI Seeking Contractor to Aggregate Public Records

The FBI is seeking to contract a company to aggregate public records, including thousands of secured, individual user accounts. According to a request for information posted Friday, the FBI said the provider must have a web-based user interface, should be able to run queries based on individual attributes and return …

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LexisNexis, Woody Talcove Honor FBI’s Efforts to Get ‘One Step Closer’

LexisNexis Risk Solutions named the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) winner of the firm’s “One Step Closer” Award in Law Enforcement. According to the firm, “the “One Step Closer” Award in Law Enforcement is awarded to the agency, unit or individual that demonstrates excellence in using open source intelligence …

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CSC, Mike Gaffney Help NC Health Program Save Millions

CSC (NYSE: CSC) reported the first stage of the Supplemental Drug Rebate Program for North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has already saved the state more than $2 million. According to the firm, “CSC operates both the Supplemental Drug Rebate and the Medicaid Retrospective Drug Utilization Review …

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