NTT Data loses shot at CDC data center support award

DMI weathered a series of protests before finally prevailing to take over the $27 million contract.

NASA unveils draft for $226M safety support recompete

The Safety and Mission Assurance Services III contract supports one of NASA's main scientific spacecraft and instrument development teams.

IRS starts the bidding for $1.9B IT services recompete

The tax collection agency is undertaking this recompete amid its broader push to overhaul the entire tech environment, which includes systems first stood up in the 1960s.

WT 360: A roadmap to knowing the customer's buyer profile

Brian Lindholm, founder and managing principal of FedSavvy Strategies, provides the steps for companies to gain greater understandings of how federal agencies buy is just as important as what they buy.

DHS previews timeline for SETA vehicle recompete

This will be the fourth iteration of a go-to contract for the Homeland Security Department to acquire industry support for its science and technology team.

DISA finalizes $1B testing support award

The Defense Information Systems Agency goes with a newcomer for this much-protested contract that evidently now has the green light to get going.

Protests persist for FBI's long-delayed $5B IT contract

History looks to be repeating itself as the FBI keeps facing protests after each downselect phase and elimination of bidders.

Navy unveils solicitation for $173M network engineering contract

This is part of the Navy's larger push to replace and consolidate its existing afloat networks into a common environment.

CBP seeks consulting support for investment office

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency's investment team gives senior leaders information to make decisions on where funding should go.

Jacobs renews its fight to keep $2.8B contract

Special Operations Command chose Peraton for IT systems and infrastructure support work over the incumbent.

Protests could delay Polaris awards

The small business IT contract faces challenges to how bidders can revise their proposals to update their past performance and experience examples.

NIST releases revised cyber requirements for controlled unclassified information

The proposed revisions will ideally serve as a “balanced, strong starting point” for agencies and contractors that deal with sensitive information, a NIST official said.

Federal Transit Administration seeks bids on $670M grant oversight contract

The multiple-award contract will support FTA’s main infrastructure grant program that distributes money to state and local governments.

A reader's guide to the upcoming draft CMMC rule

Market observers have advice on what to read and how to comment when the Defense Department releases its proposed cybersecurity rule for the industrial base.

General Dynamics wins $2.5B tribal health record modernization contract

The Indian Health Services' care network covers approximately 2.8 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives.

White House wants better deals from contractors

A new administration push is underway to use procurement data and purchasing power as part of efforts to generate more savings.

WT 360: How artificial intelligence can help make better proposals

Artificial intelligence is both a powerful tool and a new one that companies need to master, so proposal specialist Bruce Feldman is here to explain how AI can speed up the bid writing process and make it more efficient.