Opinion

Veterans Affairs sticks with short comment period for T4NG recompete

Industry will have just one week to weigh in on the next draft solicitation for this $60 billion technology solutions vehicle.

Companies

General Dynamics' board adds former Special Operations Command leader

The board's newest member also once led strategic plans and policy in the Defense Department's Joint Staff organization.

Companies

ICF adds former CDC official to federal health leadership team

The three-decade veteran most recently led CDC's engagement functions with other government agencies and external partners.

Sponsor Content

Boosting Cyber Resilience: Four Essential Ways Agencies Can Defend in the Cloud and Its Ever-Expanding Attack Surface

Defending against cybersecurity threats has never been more difficult than it is today. Learn about four critical topics any agency should investigate when increasing cyber resilience.

Companies

Redhorse brings in new finance chief

Jill McFarlane joins the cybersecurity company with brings 30 years of finance experience from across the market.

Contracts

NIH's cancer institute faces protests over $1.7B blanket purchase agreement awards

Two companies want in on these contracts for “critical and complex IT services” that support research.

Opinion

Displacement and replacement: How big tech layoffs can help the federal market

With layoffs seemingly in the news daily, there is a way for agencies and contractors to attract highly skilled tech experts to the stability and mission of the federal government.

Companies

Commercial IT systems integrator acquires N2grate

N2grate provides technology, training and other professional services to federal agencies.

Companies

Tick tock: How Maxar's private equity suitor won them over

Advent International's willingness to shoulder the risk for a key Maxar constellation captured the space company's attention.

Contracts

Army wants ideas from industry on autonomous, anti-drone capabilities

Army Futures Command called on industry for white papers outlining potential technology capabilities it will look to deploy as part of its modernization strategy.

Sponsor Content

No Log Left Behind: How to Reach OMB M-21-31 Compliance Modernization

In “Addressing OMB M-21-31,” sponsored by Devo, federal and industry leaders came together to discuss the memorandum and what IT leaders can do to ensure no log is left behind.

Companies

Amentum wins $4.2B Air Force repair ordering system contract

The Air Force uses this system to process parts and repair orders across more than 100 countries.

Companies

Lumen hires new public sector executive VP

The telecommunications company makes this hire close to four months after a new chief executive joined.

Opinion

Competitors turn teammates in this call center protest

Chenega and Ivy Hill were on opposite sides of the table in round one of this Defense Health Agency competition, but for round two they are teammates and face a challenge from the incumbent.

Opinion

Building blocks are critical for DOD's zero trust success

The Defense Department has set a five-year goal to deploy zero-trust to the majority of its enterprise -- 4 million users. DOD's first few steps are the most crucial.

Opinion

The Minburn story: or how a small, dedicated team can accomplish big things

Columnist Mark Amtower shares the story of Minburn Technology Group and the marketing and relationship lessons the company's success has to offer.

Opinion

Why small business partnerships are now even more important for large contractors

The growth of small business contracting and the Biden administration's focus on small business as a priority make it an imperative that large businesses put more of a focus on their relationships.

Companies

Sumaria Systems hires former Centauri CEO

The four-decade sector veteran led Centauri through its sale to KBR, which called that acquisition the most transformational in its history given the size and scope.

Companies

Highlander Partners closes third acquisition in unmanned strategy

The private equity firm is quickly bringing together companies to build a platform in the UAS sector of the defense market.

Contracts

Industry voices complaints over short response window for $60B VA recompete

Contractors had only four business days to weigh in on the draft solicitation for the next version of the Veterans Affairs Department's T4NG IT solutions vehicle.

Companies

L3Harris presents its business case for the Aerojet acquisition

Federal antitrust regulators are hearing from L3Harris Technologies as to why they should approve the $4.7 billion transaction. Investors have now heard from L3Harris as to why they should be on board with it.