DHS' cyber agency seeks small biz support for strategic planning

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has set a date to explain its changes to a management consulting services contract.

CIO-SP4 protests move toward final decision

No action appears likely to resolve the 130-plus protests involving this $50 billion IT vehicle, which indicates the Government Accountability Office will decide on the contract's next steps.

Judge reverses course, denies firm's standing to protest

Whether a subcontractor can force its way onto a team because it has a commercial product remains an unanswered question.

Booz Allen touts $919M award for 'Soldier-as-a-System'

The goal is to further advance technologies for this concept that includes items worn, carried, or used by soldiers.

VA lacks goals to assess satisfaction with new EHR, watchdog finds

The report found the absence of such goals has limited the Veterans Affairs Department's ability to measure user satisfaction with the new electronic health record system.

Pentagon outlines contractor cybersecurity plan

Industry should look out for the congressionally-mandated strategy to go out by the end of the year.

Blue Origin wins $3.4B shot to build lunar lander

The company won the competition to build a second lander for NASA that will ferry astronauts to the surface of the moon as part of the Artemis program.

NIST builds infrastructure for CHIPS loan program

The agency wants help to create financial models and analyzing capital markets as it manages billions in loans and grants to restore the U.S. semiconductor industry.

IRS adds more primes to resolve protests

The IRS faced a pair of protests but to move forward with a set of BPAs for modernization services, the agency added the protesters to the contract.

Space Force considering contractor-owned satellite management system

Ownership and operations of the systems managing a pair of satellites would be turned over to a contractor, according to a new sources sought notice

Leidos, Booz Allen keep pushing for $1.3B cloud contract

The Treasury Department's TCloud blanket purchase agreement was won by SAIC, but the two challengers claim the evaluation was improper.

A classified cloud Is headed to the Indo-Pacific

It’s part of DISA’s effort to bring continental-U.S.-level computing resources to U.S. military forces around the world.

VA prepares next version of its cybersecurity support contract

The contract supports the VA Cybersecurity Operations Center, which is charged with monitoring and responding to threats across the VA enterprise.

The need for clarity as GovCon faces a ‘Black Swan’ moment

Shutdowns and stopgap funding measures are familiar territory for government contractors, but a potential debt default is not. It's time to understand what that might mean.

What's going on with DHS' enterprise cloud plan?

The Department of Homeland Security teased its plan for a 10-year enterprise cloud contract in the fall and then went relatively quiet. Based on previous cloud procurements, that could be a good thing.

GSA tools flag diverse suppliers for procurement officials

Two new online tools give agency buyers a look at diverse vendors and reports on access by new entrants to the federal market.

Navy finalizes $248M simulation R&D award with small business

Work supports an integrated battlespace simulation and test department that also acts as a Navy center of excellence.