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.

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

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.

Companies

DIU clears path for military access to cloud-based supercomputing

Rescale’s on-demand high-performance computing is now available across the entire Defense Department.

Opinion

The new space race: Why the military wants to partner with the private sector

A new Space Force initiative signals a bold step in public-private collaboration, writes Jeff Huggins, president of Cailabs US.

Contracts

Navy chooses 18 for $249M transformation support contract

The Navy is looking to drive improvements in its financial management processes, people and capabilities.

Contracts

Navy adds 49 more to $982M unmanned surface vehicle program

This on-ramp round of awards focuses on the vehicles' underlying technologies such as payloads, mission support systems and the needed autonomy to control them.

Contracts

DOD's personnel info agency awards $1.5B IT modernization pact

The Defense Manpower Data Center is centering this effort around software development and IT security with a heavy leaning on cloud.

Contracts

GAO sides with BAE in latest dispute over $12B weapons support contract

The 18-year ISC 2.0 contract is now back to the Air Force for a second time after another successful protest.

Contracts

Trax wins $692M Army testing support contract

The company will support work at the Aberdeen Test Center and Yuma Test Center under the contract with the Army Test and Evaluation Command.

Contracts

Space Force awards $1B ground system software contract

The service branch hires 20 small businesses to help move along the development of a new system that leans on commercial cloud.

Contracts

Appeals court rules potential subcontractors can file protests too

A whole new category of protests could open up for situations where prime contractors decide to custom-build their solutions.

Companies

DOD CIO resigns to take university post

John Sherman will become dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M.

Contracts

Pentagon’s AI office awards Palantir a contract to create a data-sharing ecosystem

The Pentagon’s marketplace for quickly onboarding new tech solutions helped Palantir receive its contract in 30 days.

Companies

TRANSCOM starts the bidding for $1.6B logistics management platform contract

Transportation Command will choose a single company to help stand up the system and base it on commercially-available supply chain software.

Contracts

Air Force chooses 14 for $220M geospatial support contract

Air Force leaders sought a pool of contractors to help facilitate enhanced and shared situational awareness.

Contracts

Former vice chief of naval operations arrested on bribery, conspiracy charges

Robert Burke, a retired four-star, is alleged to have steered work toward a services company while he was commanding Naval Forces Europe-Africa.

Contracts

Guidehouse resurrects protest after a DOD award again goes to Deloitte

Guidehouse claims the Defense Department did not conduct an adequate investigation into claims that a DOD official had a potential conflict-of-interest.