Editor's note: How they stack up
10 hot companies to watch
Hot companies offer the right solutions for homeland security problems
How you buy is as important as what you buy
The undoable made doable
Chart: 10 companies to watch (PDF)
IT's all about service
Vendors find service boon to GSA schedule sales
Big Blue comes back
Chart: Top GSA Schedule 70 holders (PDF)
Acquisitions lift Northrop Grumman to the top
Combining products and services
ACS seeks higher profile
Chart: Top 25 systems integrators (PDF)
Sticking to basics -- and succeeding
Datatrac leads a list of woman-owned businesses that are collecting a growing share of the federal IT market
"Competition heats up for 8(a) program"
Chart: Woman-owned businesses (PDF)
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An updated credentialing policy from the White House aims to make PIV cards interoperable across agencies and tap federal identifiers like Social Security numbers to secure digital transactions.
There is concern in some quarters that the bureaucratic process outlined by the Election Assistance Commission may prevent voting machine standards from keeping up with the times.
The White House is proposing legislation for a dramatic overhaul of human resources inside government and wants $50 million to execute the plan.
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