Kevin Desanto, co-founder and managing director of KippsDesanto and Nick Wakeman, editor of Washington Technology, will discuss the state of mergers and acquisitions in the government market. August 1, 2016
The space agency released its entire source selection document for why it chose SAIC over CACI for a $447.8 million award.
Objections to the use of lowest-price technically acceptable for contracts are growing, including Booz Allen Hamilton and CACI protests of DISA’s $17.5 billion ENCORE III solicitation and a new bill from two senators to restrict when the military uses this type of contract.
Amanda Christian, a member of the National Contract Management Association board of advisors, makes the case for why aligning private and public sector contract practices makes sense.
Kevin DeSanto, managing director and co-founder of KippsDeSanto, joins host Mark Amtower to discuss mergers and acquisitions, and how channel plays in the M&A market. February 29, 2016
Proposal expert Betsy Blakney joins host Mark Amtower to discuss the key elements of thought leadership and their role in winning business with the federal government. February 22, 2016
CACI Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Dr. Jack London will talk about his book: “Character: The Ultimate Success Factor”. December 12, 2014
CACI Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Dr. Jack London will talk about his book: “Character: The Ultimate Success Factor”. September 26, 2014 (Encore presentation October 3, 2014)
A new audit from the OPM Inspector General’s office reveals shortcomings in the steps taken by Office of Personnel Management and its contractors to make sure background investigations undergo quality reviews. The audit pointed to a lack of oversight on OPM’s part in making sure contractors actually review cases and said some of the companies that employ case reviewers failed to keep track of records showing the contractors had undergone proper training.
As the military’s nuclear force suffers from a widespread cheating scandal, leaders promise to crack down on ethics. Not just for the rank-and-file but also for their commanders. CACI International Chairman Jack London has written a new book, “Character: The Ultimate Success Factor.” In it, he reflects on the ethics lessons his company learned from being implicated in one of the biggest scandals of the Iraq War.