Posts Tagged: GovWin

The IJIS Institute to Upgrade Its Resource Library with Deltek GovWin IQ

The IJIS Institute to Upgrade Its Resource Library with Deltek GovWin IQ The IJIS Institute will use the Deltek GovWin IQ platform to provide its members with access to public safety IT procurements HERNDON, Va. – July 23, 2013 – Deltek, Inc., the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for government contractorsRead… Read more »

New female protective gear prototype

New female protective gear prototype, from the Washington DC Military Technology Examiner If you have ever had an opportunity to wear protective gear for military combat, you have a good idea just how much body protection in combat can actually conflict with the capability to defend and protect. The average soldier wears between 50 andRead… Read more »

Government standards support federal vendors in metropolitan DC and the nation

Government standards support federal vendors in metropolitan DC and the nation, Washington DC Government Business Examiner About one-third of metropolitan Washington DC’s economy is involved in or related to the federal government. Generally, the Nation’s Capital and surrounding suburbs are comprised of the following business sectors: Biotech – Washington DC is a biotechnology magnet, whichRead… Read more »

Despite Proposed Cuts, Opportunities Lay Ahead in Cybersecurity and Health Care for Contractors

According to a recent GovWin IQ study by Deltek, spending on government IT will decrease spending from $121 billion in 2012 to $113 billion by 2017. Budget pressures and IT mandates are driving this change. But, there is a silver lining. Cybersecurity and health IT will be growth areas, and IT cost-savings initiatives will beRead… Read more »

Analysts: Fiscal 2013 Budget Will Alter IT Market

Next week’s release of President Obama’s budget for fiscal year 2013 won’t be great news for the government contracting industry, especially as we finally get to see specifics on the long-expected spending cuts. But the information technology (IT) industry has less to fear than what might be expected. In fact, there are opportunities for growthRead… Read more »

PODCAST: Ray Bjorklund, Chief Knowledge Officer at Deltek, Discusses Business Transformation Through Acquisition and Much More

Over the past 18-20 months, Deltek has taken innovative steps to transform its core business by acquiring three leading providers of information, teaming and software solutions designed to help companies compete more effectively for federal, state and local government business. By successfully merging INPUT, FedSources, and GovWin under one unified brand, the company is aRead… Read more »

Zombie Graphic Novel on Emergency Prep Created by Former Contractors and CDC Career Feds

Originally published by Anthony Critelli on GovWin Following the success of the Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse blog in May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response (OPHPR) recently created the Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic [PDF] graphic novel to teach the importance of emergency preparedness. We caught up withRead… Read more »

This Day in GovCon History, September 21: Maiden Flights of B-29 Superfortress, CH-47 Chinook Helicopter and XB-70 Valkyrie

This article was originally posted by my coworker Anthony Critelli September 21 marks the maiden flight of three different U.S. military aircraft made by Boeing or firms now part of Boeing: the B-29 Superfortress in 1942, the CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter in 1961 and the XB-70 Valkyrie strategic bomber in 1964. The Enola Gay madeRead… Read more »

This Day in GovCon History, August 25, 1916: National Park Service Created

This article was originally published by GovWin’s Anthony Critelli August 25, 1916 is the day President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill creating the National Park Service (NPS) within the Department of the Interior. Interior had previously lacked the organization to effectively manage the then 14 national parks and 21 national monuments. The new agency wasRead… Read more »

This Day in GovCon History, June 16, 1911: A Century of IBM Incorporation

Authored by Anthony Critelli June 16, 1911, was the founding of government contractor and corporate giant IBM. The company was formed via the merger of Tabulating Machine Company, Computing Scale Company of America and International Time Recording Company into Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) by trust organizer Charles F. Flint. Though the company is celebrating a centuryRead… Read more »