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Patrick Fitzgerald, DCAA Director, and Robert Hale, DoD comptroller, acknowledge in an online editorial for federaltimes.com that “DCAA’s reputation has been tarnished in recent years by complaints involving poor audit quality and abusive management.”  GAO has been particularly critical, releasing a report last October titled “Widespread DCAA Audit Problems Leave Billions of Taxpayer Dollars Vulnerable to […] More
This week, BAE Systems teamed with Freedom PST for new data centers. General Dynamics acquired Kylmar (KMC) Limited, a firm specializing in the design and manufacture of sensor and optical-surveillance systems for military and security applications. Salient Federal Solutions acquired SGIS from Skillstorm. And Boeing announced it had agreed to acquire defense-equipment maker Argon ST […] More
John Hillen will have some interesting conversation for his Thanksgiving table this year: his company, Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. held its IPO Friday.  This is the first IPO in government contracting since SAIC went public on October 10th, 2006. According to a press release, Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. will use the […] More
It’s been said that prediction is a very difficult thing “” especially if it’s about the future. Fortunately, when we set out to name 2009’s People to Watch, we placed are bets correctly, giving readers a sneak peak of Beltway game changers who’d more than likely be leaving their mark over the coming year. We’re […] More
Though Beijing has vocally opposed the “weaponization“ of space in the past, China's air force chief, General Xu Qiliang, this week called military competition in space “inevitable.” Is dramatically increased funding for NASA also inevitable? The remarks, indicated a major policy shift from their previous demands for a ban on space weapons. The comments were […] More
When most people in government contracting think cyber security, they’re really thinking about cyber defense, meaning threat identification and response.  What most people miss is cyber forensics, “the art and science of extracting data from digital media.”  While strong cyber defense is essential, no defense is perfect, and strong forensic capabilities can help you determine […] More
If you listen in on conversations around the government contracting community about in-sourcing, “opportunity” isn’t a word you’ll hear often.  Still, Bill Goodson of Autodesk says he sees in-sourcing as an “…opportunity to help government clients become more efficient and knowledgeable.”  Bill has good reason to be optimistic – his public sector business is one […] More
All of these entrepreneurs have built service platforms by making strategic acquisitions over the past year. Brad Antle Brad Antle, formerly CEO of SI International, has started a new venture called Salient Solutions LLC with the backing of Frontenac, a private equity firm based out of Chicago.  Brad’s team includes Ray Oleson as Chairman, Ted […] More
We reported in June that new administration“™s defense budget includes major cuts to big spending programs.  But overall, will the DoD“™s bottom line really shrink?  Counterinsurgency expert David Kilcullen, senior advisor to Afghanistan theatre commander Gen. Stanley McChrystal, sees “about two more years of heavy fighting“ ahead of us in Afghanistan, and the Washington Post […] More
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