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FILE - In this image taken from footage provided by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service, a Ukrainian soldiers use a launcher with US Javelin missiles during military exercises in Donetsk region, Ukraine, Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the largest conflict that Europe has seen since World War II, with Russia conducting a multi-pronged offensive across the country. The Russian military has pummeled wide areas in Ukraine with air strikes and has conducted massive rocket and artillery bombardment resulting in massive casualties. (Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP, File)

Contractors are eyeing possible passage of a big aid-to-Ukraine bill

The Senate could vote tomorrow on a $40 billion military aid package for Ukraine. It’s already passed the House. Whatever happens, it will require contracts…

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This tiny vendor got a big Air Force contract, and defied the odds

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NIST is asking industry for comments on the next cybersecurity framework

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An update on NASA SEWP

Joanne Woytek, program manager for NASA SEWP, provides an update on NASA SEWP’s performance over the last fiscal year, highlighting key contract features…

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GSA’s new blanket purchase agreement focuses on scalable cloud solutions

The General Services Administration wants to be the prime destination or federal agencies’ cloud solutions. Now it’s launching a new blanket purchase…

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Federal contracting glides on with contractors untroubled by political breezes

Federal contractors have high confidence for the future of their businesses, especially if they’re selling cybersecurity services and anything with the word infrastructure in it. That’s according to a new index, which purports to be the first of its kind.

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