Tag: Contract

Industry, Workforce

FTC proposes rule that would ban employee noncompete clauses

January 5, 2023

Via: Federal News Network

The Federal Trade Commission proposed a rule Thursday that would ban U.S. employers from imposing noncompete clauses on workers, a sweeping measure that could make it easier for people to switch jobs and deepen competition for labor across a wide […]

Hardware & Software, Tech

Texas courts sign $98M contract with Tyler Technologies for case filing

January 25, 2021

Via: StateScoop

Tyler Technologies, a major seller of government software, announced last week a new five-year contract with the Texas court system to run its electronic filing services. The agreement, worth $98 million, is the largest in Tyler’s corporate history, and will […]

Federal, Policy

Regeneron signs a $450 million contract with the U.S. government for its coronavirus therapy

July 7, 2020


Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said on Tuesday the U.S. government signed a $450 million contract with the drugmaker to make and supply its potential double-antibody cocktail for Covid-19. The cocktail, REGN-COV2, is in separate clinical trials assessing its effectiveness in preventing and […]

Cloud Computing

Oracle Claimed that Bidding for the Massive Pentagon Cloud Contract Favors Amazon. The Government Is Unconvinced

November 15, 2018

Via: Fortune

Oracle has failed in its bid to protest against a $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract bidding process that the company—and many others—claim is designed for Amazon to win. Oracle has been complaining about the bidding process for the Joint Enterprise […]

Federal, Policy

GSA offers feds a hand with contract writing

November 16, 2016

Via: FCW

The General Services Administration’s Common Acquisition Platform program will launch a shared-services contract-writing system for federal agencies in the third quarter of 2017. The cloud-based Contract Writing System as a Service (CWSS), which GSA announced on Nov. 15, will offer […]


IoT pioneer announces big contracts with the Department of State, energy leader ENGIE

June 7, 2016

Via: CIO

Internet of Things platform supplier C3 IoT this week announced two sweeping contracts, one with ENGIE, a huge energy company in Europe, the other with the U.S. Department of State, adding to the eight-year-old company’s roster of big IoT wins. […]


Four vendors lose appeals in $50M DOD health record follow-on

February 9, 2016

Via: FCW

In a contract modification issued in December 2015, the Defense Department added data-hosting services to its $4.3 billion electronic health record contract. DOD awarded Cerner, the health IT vendor on the winning team led by Leidos, a $50.7 million sole-source […]

Hardware & Software

The US Navy’s warfare systems command just paid millions to stay on Windows XP

June 23, 2015

Via: itCurated

The U.S. Navy is paying Microsoft millions of dollars to keep up to 100,000 computers afloat because it has yet to transition away from Windows XP. The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, which runs the Navy’s communications and information […]

Cloud Computing

Texas and Amazon Unite on Cloud Services Contract

February 27, 2015

Via: Brian Heaton

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) and Amazon Web Services have partnered to make it easier for state agencies and other customers of the DIR to move to the cloud. The DIR has negotiated a contract with Amazon that […]