Professional Services Council brings tech companies further into the fold Washington Business Journal (blog) The Professional Services Council informed its members Tuesday morning of a new technology policy council that expands its policy and...
Contracting Cybersecurity Efforts: Who Is Responsible? Huffington Post Siobhan Gorman penned an excellent article in Friday's The Wall Street Journal, discussing how alleged contracting omissions led to a successful cyber attack by Iranian hackers.
GovExec.com GOP bill would cut civilian defense jobs, shift cash to military Fox News Several House Republicans have introduced legislation that would reduce the civilian defense workforce by 15 percent in six years and use the savings from the...
ICF International acquires Chicago-based digital IT consulting firm Washington Business Journal (blog) Fairfax-based ICF International has acquired Citytech Inc., a Chicago-based digital interactive consultancy for an undisclosed price, according...
Dyson Richards's insight:
ICF is on a mad tear to gobble up small niche capabilities
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