Companies

Pentagon names new top official for digital and AI

Like her predecessor, Radha Plumb brings commercial sector experience to the role with her background including stints at Google and Facebook.

Companies

Tyto Athene hires Kelly as chief executive

Tyto Athene is backed by the private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners, with whom Dennis Kelly most recently worked with to bring two of its portfolio companies together.

Companies

V2X details its product push and modernization approach

In talking with investors, CEO Chuck Prow describes how a router that one of V2X's heritage businesses designed for helicopter pilots is part of the company's larger vision for supporting platforms.

Podcasts

WT 360: Everfox hits the street with focus on government, critical infrastructure

Everfox's chief executive Sean Berg explains how this newly-named cyber company plans to carry out its strategy with the backing of TPG, which carved out the business from former parent Forcepoint.

Companies

Operations, health and finance mark the week in exec movement

Plus a former House Armed Services Committee chairman joins the board of directors at one of the market's largest companies.

Companies

Bill enhancing contractor whistleblower protections advances to full Senate

The bipartisan proposal would close loopholes that have left federal contractors vulnerable to retaliation.

Companies

SPA acquires parts of ManTech's technical advisory business

The sale aligns with the company's strategy of accelerating innovation and mission performance with AI, high-end cyber and engineering.

Opinion

Palantir's teaming approach on display in $178M Army targeting tech win

Our eyes go immediately to Palantir's lineup of industry partners for the "TITAN" program that show both disruption and teaming, especially when seeing both longstanding and emerging players on the list.

Companies

Avion Solutions seeks space, missile defense growth via acquisition

The employee-owned company already touts its core service lines as including aerospace engineering and logistics.

Companies

Capitol Meridian Partners unveils its first fund

A pair of Carlyle Group veterans founded CMP in 2021 to find founder-led companies on a growth curve.

Podcasts

WT 360: LMI's logistics heritage also informs its present and future

LMI's chief executive Doug Wagoner takes us behind the scenes of how the company shifted from being a nonprofit entity to a for-profit, plus how the company work with government agencies to solve their logistics problems.

Companies

ICF holds to stable outlook for infrastructure, Inflation Reduction Act spend

ICF's chief executive explains to Wall Street where the funds are being directed and how the financial model is different for some projects.

Companies

Sayari hires LexisNexis vet to lead U.S. public sector team

This is the supply chain software specialist's first senior-level hire since TPG acquired majority ownership.

Companies

LeoLabs hires former Maxar public sector head as CEO

This eight-year-old Silicon Valley outfit operates a global radar network that tracks objects in space.

Companies

Sales, operations and finance mark the week in exec moves

One of the government market's active venture firms and a space startup's new board appointment also feature.

Companies

Inside the AI angle of ManTech's pivot

The company's new data analytics and artificial intelligence practice will look to help agencies get a handle on their data before operationalizing AI.

Companies

Tetra Tech extends FAA footprint via acquisition

Tetra Tech adds around 500 employees through this newest in a series of purchases over the past decade.

Companies

Exiger hires former Air, Space Force contracting lead as government president

This is the supply chain management software's newest move on the heels of investments by The Carlyle Group and Insight Partners.

Companies

WT 360: All about SMX's digital transformation thesis

SMX's chief executive Peter LaMontagne discusses where the company wants to go, how it defines tech modernization as being more than just about cloud migration and what the Defense Department's new industrial strategy means for GovCon.

Companies

NIST calls for quantum tech experts to join advisory group

As global agencies are preparing to set standards in quantum technology, NIST is working on forming a U.S. delegation to represent American perspectives.