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Applying for Cyberwarfare Jobs

By Lindy Kyzer / February 22, 2017

Interested in a career as a cyber warrior? Here are three things you need to know before you apply for a cyberwarfare job.

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Malin Space Science Systems Awarded Space Qualified Camera Contract – DoD Daily Contracts

By Lindy Kyzer / February 22, 2017

Malin Space Science Systems Inc. was awarded a $10.9 million contract for the for geosynchronous operations.

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10 Things to Know About the Federal Hiring Freeze

By Ed Ledford / February 22, 2017

If you you’re still looking forward to starting a government career, don’t despair: a fair amount of the freeze is simply “an illusion of control on Federal employment.”

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BAE Systems Awarded Naval Warfare Center Contract – DoD Daily Contracts

By Lindy Kyzer / February 21, 2017

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services was awarded a $41.3 million cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost reimbursable contract in support of the Naval Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.

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4 Things to Know About NATO

By Melissa Jordan / February 21, 2017

One who has worked in NATO - or simply read the NATO Handbook – might make the following observations about NATO’s culture in comparison to most US defense cultures.

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Federal Contracting Reconsidering Dependence on DUNS

By Ed Ledford / February 21, 2017

The Dun & Bradstreet government contract is coming to an end in 2018, and GSA’s looking for new ways to identify and track businesses and government spending.    

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Is a Master’s Degree Worth the Cost?

By Peter Suciu / February 20, 2017

An advanced degree can be an expensive. But it often comes with the promise of higher pay and a better career. Whether that promise pays off often depends upon the career path you choose.

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