Debt defaults are not shutdowns, but both raise money fears

Question number one that companies in the government market want answered is how payments for their work on contracts will, or will not, happen in a debt default situation. No one knows for sure.

BAE's US board elects former Virginia representative

Elaine Luria formerly represented the Virginia district that includes Hampton Roads, where the Navy has a significant presence.

Agile Defense purchases enterprise cyber company

This transaction represents Agile Defense's first with the backing of its owner Enlightenment Capital.

Private equity firm starts 'C5ISR' strategy with acquisition

Fregata Systems looks to make a string of acquisitions over the next three years and has hired a new CEO that formerly led Cubic Corp.'s defense business.

How partnerships drive the autonomy strategy for L3Harris

The president of L3Harris' integrated mission systems segment tells us about his company's collaboration with and how that feeds into a larger push toward something new.

Chesapeake Technology plots a new path with private equity backing

CTI is putting together a two-to-three year plan that will be shaped by big-picture tech questions and is aided by Bluestone Investment Partners.

BigBear appoints new chief operating, growth officers

The artificial intelligence integrator has wrapped up the alignment of its businesses.

Jacobs plans spinoff of government services business

The federal market is poised to get a new independent, publicly traded company thanks to Jacobs' decision to spin out the bulk of its $4.4 billion government services business.

CRDF Global hires new technology chief

The nonprofit science firm is increasing its focus on a cybersecurity framework to roll into a larger digital strategy.

General Dynamics IT wins $137M Air Force tech refresh contract

The Special Warfare Assault Kit is a system-of-systems for helping special operators carry out specific missions.

Culmen purchases counter-WMD, public health support firm

The deal increases its workforce to more than 400 and expands work in countering weapons of mass destruction, border security and international development.

Parsons is both cryptic and revealing about a $1.2B win

How did the company win this award and what is it for? Parsons gave the picture but not the color.

Where Leidos sees, and does not see, the stagnation loosening

As Leidos' retiring CEO told investors: government acquisition teams appear to be gaining traction on their to-do list, even if some of the reasons why are concerning to the market.

Michael Baker elevates new lead federal exec

The engineering consultancy is moving on the next phase of its government market strategy.

How L3Harris and Northrop look at capacity

Having the internal heft to meet demand during a surge is top of mind for these two defense hardware companies.

CACI's bigger picture for its space investments

The way CACI sees it, these moves are not about its next fiscal year or even the one after that.

Aretum hires new chief executive

Private equity firm Renovus Capital Partners recently unveiled this government services company to the market.