Topic Archives: Government Contracts

March 29, 2017Government Contracts

The Future of an Innovative Agency in Limbo Under Trump

Founded in August 2015 by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, the Defense Department’s Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, or DIUx, has been working to bring technology innovations from commercial developers to the armed services—quickly.   DIUx seems to be exactly the type of government entity that should appeal to the Trump administration; it is leanly staffed, is ...›

February 13, 2017Government Contracts

Winds of Change: IT Contractors Should Prepare for Uncertainty

 The Trump administration promises to be a boon to IT contractors:  the President has vowed to strengthen the country’s cybersecurity defenses, which almost certainly will require significant software and hardware investments, and he has championed an ambitious infrastructure plan that will rely on new technologies to update our national transportation systems.  As stated in the ...›

How Will the New Trump Administration Impact Government Contracts?

President Donald Trump has indicated a willingness to spend in the private sector around defense, homeland security, and a variety of other areas, including a potential $1 trillion in infrastructure spending.  This presents both tremendous opportunities and possible fallbacks for the industry and government contracts and public procurement space. President Trump has expressed his readiness ...›