Companies

Capgemini's federal arm promotes Ford to CEO

Dan Ford's career at Capgemini Government Solutions includes leadership roles for federal sectors and the national security business.

Companies

J2 Ventures captures $150M for second fund

The four-year-old venture firm backs technology startups and helps them secure government contract funding to aid in efforts to scale out their creations for agency adoption.

Companies

Markon acquires fellow professional services provider

Markon separated from its former parent in the summer of 2023 to focus exclusively on federal work.

Top 100

Our 2024 Top 100 reader's guide on the companies, trends and drivers

Our collection of coverage of the annual rankings show space and cyber as among the key verticals to watch across the government market.

Podcasts

WT 360: GovCIO's Top 100 journey from its transformative acquisition

Joe Cormier, both chief operating officer and chief financial officer at GovCIO, outlines how Company No. 41's combination with Salient CRGT has shaped its pathway almost four years on and what he sees as next steps.

Contracts

Multiple protests hit LOGCAP V task orders

A handful of orders are hit with protests and counter-protests as the four primes for the Army's global logistics vehicle compete for work.

Opinion

From service to BD Success: Avoid these three mistakes when hiring veterans

As you onboard veterans for business development roles, you need to invest in the right training, according to BD expert Nic Coppings.

Companies

Strategy, tech and finance leadership moves across the market

Plus one of the technology ecosystem's most active investment firms brings in a pair of public sector veterans.

Companies

SixGen uses acquisition to grow cyber software, data product lineup

This represents SixGen's first purchase with the support of its private equity owner Washington Harbour Partners.

Companies

Balancing innovation and safety: Inside NIST’s AI Safety Institute

The institute's director Elizabeth Kelly details efforts to test models and create guidance to encourage responsible artificial intelligence use.

Companies

Lawmaker set to introduce bill to standardize AI system testing

The proposed legislation would focus on standardizing how AI systems are tested for fairness and safety, with the National Institute of Standards and Technology at the forefront.

Contracts

DOD keeps all incumbents for $1.5B CIO IT recompete

The Defense Department uses the contract to acquire support for its information enterprise and IT management functions.

Top 100

TOP 100: CACI's CEO charts the path from services to tech-centric solutions

John Mengucci described the company's strategic shift, approach to acquisitions and technology priorities in this Q&A at Washington Technology's event on the 2024 Top 100.

Contracts

Alliant 3's final solicitation hits the streets

Companies have four months to work on their bids for one of six dozen spots on this "Anything IT Anywhere” vehicle for all of government.

Contracts

How GAO told the Air Force to redo $12B systems integration contract

The dispute over a Sentinel program integration support contract intensifies as BAE Systems and Guidehouse battle for the award, further adding to the Air Force's nuclear missile modernization woes.

Contracts

Army plans multiple AI industry partnerships

Leadership from the military branch is interested in incorporating third party-generated algorithms for its operations, and is asking industry players for help.

Podcasts

WT 360: Lumen's Top 100 strategy builds off its network core

Jason Schulman, national vice president of federal government sales at Lumen Technologies, explains how company No. 38's public sector team works with agencies on their network modernization agendas.

Opinion

Maximus protests labor clause in $6.6B CMS recompete

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services decided not to continue with the contract after the current option and has inserted a labor harmony requirement into the new solicitation.

Companies

Leidos captures $476M NASA spaceflight support recompete

Artemis and the International Space Station are among the programs Leidos will continue supporting

Contracts

How DOD plans to make working with emerging tech companies easier

Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer Radha Plumb said the Pentagon is trying “to be less hard to work with” when it comes to engaging with the commercial sector.