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Does the sell of GTSI mean major changes for government IT contracting?
GTSI -- the company has been a staple of government IT contractors, almost a cornerstone and some might say a pioneer. As the market changed, GTSI worked to evolve from a reseller of IT products into a services company. Then it got kidney punched by the Small Business Administration in a flap over how the company had dealt with small business allocations. The SBA banned the government contractor from government contracts before an GTSI and SBA reached a settlement. Yesterday, the company announced that it has been acquired by Unicom Systems for $76 million. Nick Wakeman is the editor in chief of Washington Technology. He gave Chris Dorobek on the DorobekINSIDER program insights and analysis about what all this means and what it says about the current state of government contracting. Now were asking you, does the sell of GTSI mean major changes for government IT contracting?