As an industry, defense contractors spent the past two or three years cutting costs and downsizing, but that’s starting to change, one expert says.
Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson is “pretty optimistic” a continuing budget resolution won’t extend into 2018, which would alleviate some of the financial uncertainty defense contractors are facing in the Trump administration.
It’s that time again! Time to find out who made the List of Greater Washington’s fastest-growing companies, which is still as competitive as ever.
The full details on each company, including where they all rank, will be revealed Oct. 19 at our Fastest Growing Companies awards reception. Join us at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner, for the big reveal in real time, or pick up a copy of our special publication released Oct. 20.
The award plaques from our 2016 Fastest Growing Companies event.
The District is looking for a new director for its Department of Small and Local Business Development after Ana Harvey quietly resigned from her post earlier this month.
As then-SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet said, 5 percent should be the floor, not the ceiling.
As one government services CEO said, the industry is staring down “a dam about to break.”
SAIC and other government services firms are getting creative in their efforts to cut costs on IT service offerings.
The Government Accountability Office rejected claims by Octo and Sevatec that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services failed to appropriately consider the price of their bids in awarding a major health IT deal.
The omnibus spending bill includes $516.1 billion in base Pentagon spending and another $76.6 billion for emergency wartime funding.