Katrice Eborn

Katrice Eborn is a journalist with Bloomberg News and an opportunity analyst with Bloomberg Government. Before joining BGOV in 2011, she was a web producer for C-SPAN. She holds a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from American University.

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Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

VA’s new centers bring agile tech development

The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving forward with plans for a two-year contract to build digital centers where contractors will apply agile methods to information technology development and sustainment services.

Photographer: Travis Dove/Bloomberg

Trade Commission seeks software engineering

The U.S. International Trade Commission has released a request for information seeking a contractor to develop new software applications while maintaining and enhancing current web-based systems.

Photographer: Hector Guerrero/Bloomberg

OPM seeks solution to handle workforce reform

OPM searching for an industry partner to develop a human capital management solution that can be integrated with other agency systems.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

DISA to curb cyber threats with big data

DISA is seeking small businesses to further develop a cybersecurity system that leverages big data and cloud computing to automatically identify “critically anomalous events” and defends enterprise services from insider threats and external attacks.

Photographer: Staff Sgt. Jeremy D. Crisp

Summer release planned for $850M DARPA IDIQ

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is planning a busy summer for its 15-year, $850 million technical and analytical support contract.

Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Tackling tax fraud with data and innovation

An IRS office that counters tax refund fraud committed through identity theft wants enhanced data analysis and tools to help identify and respond to trends and patterns in a changing tax environment.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Pentagon CIO seeks intense contractor support

The Pentagon’s CIO released a market survey looking for vendors to provide mission support services and expects to award a five-year contract, potentially worth as much as $325 million, later this year.

Opportunity focus: DISA’s $400 million EMSS airtime recompete

DISA is rolling out the fourth iteration of its Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services Airtime Services contract, and is seeking information from potential vendors.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

NASA recompetes mission safety contract

NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston is planning to recompete an engineering contract that supports its Office of Safety and Mission Assurance.

Photograph: U.S. Navy

Opportunity focus: Upgrading Air Force’s DCGS weapons system

The Air Force is taking another shot at upgrading its surveillance weapons system, the Distributed Common Ground System.