Analyst Insights

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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.

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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.

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Prepare your bid for State’s $475M financial management contract

About five weeks remain before the State Department is expected to release a final request for proposals for the recompete of the $475 million Public Financial Management multiple-award contract.

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Trump’s cyber order excites government contractors

U.S. government contractors are celebrating the benefits they see in a cybersecurity executive order that President Donald Trump signed on May 11.

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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.

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BGOV tools for tracking the defense budget

Understanding and tracking the half-trillion-dollar Defense Department budget requires time, effort — and lots of patience. Whether you’re strategizing future trends or monitoring congressional action, Bloomberg Government can help.

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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.

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DHS IT contracts likely to follow Inspector General suggestions

A Homeland Security Department Office of Inspector General report released May 1 is likely to lead to information technology DHS contracts.

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Calling all geeks: NASA is crowdsourcing computer code upgrades

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is seeking private programmers who can speed up legacy software on its supercomputers.

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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.