How and why Jacobs lost a $2.8B incumbent contract

A newly-released bid protest decision describes one significant mistake by Jacobs, but also includes allegations of information being shared because the business unit involved is part of a complex merger.

Jacobs loses fight to keep $2.8B Special Operations IT contract

All of the incumbent's claims were rejected and that clears the way for the transition to a new prime.

FEMA goes to new alignment for disaster response support contract

The current iteration of the Public Assistance - Technical Assistance Contract has three companies, while the new version will have four and also splits up the work by geography.

New Jacobs, Amentum creation puts focus on large enterprise contracts

The as-yet-named entity from the merger of Amentum and two of Jacobs' government-facing business units will hit the market with plans to be a global systems integrator.

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.

Jacobs, Amentum unveil transaction to form a new public company

Jacobs agrees to merge two of its government-facing business units with Amentum to create this new government services provider.

Jacobs renews its fight to keep $2.8B contract

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

Peraton wins $2.8B Special Operations IT recompete

This award is poised to continue a tradition of the customer going with someone else other than the incumbent.

All sides ask court to dismiss case involving $1B DISA contract

It is unclear if the Defense Information Systems Agency will stand by its choice of American Systems or restart the competition.

Jacobs gets second chance at $1B Special Operations Command contract

The command will now open discussions with all bidders, including the incumbent Jacobs that challenged its elimination.

Air Force chooses 46 firms for nearly $1B weapons testing tech contract

Awardees will compete to provide "highly-specialized technologies" for the testing and evaluation work.

CEO retirements signal growing market maturity

A grouping of recent CEO retirements came with no drama and are a sign of stability in the market. Just don't think of it as boring.

WT 360: Our snap reax to Jacobs' spinoff plan

Washington Technology's Ross Wilkers and Nick Wakeman offer up their first impressions of Jacobs' plan to create a new $4.4 billion-annual revenue government services company.

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.

Air Force gets moving on redo of $12B missile support recompete

Step one is extending BAE Systems Inc.'s incumbent contract to continue its support of nuclear weapons. Step two -- making a new award decision -- will take a while.

Fight for $1B DISA contract lands in court

Two companies including an incumbent are now asking the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to reverse the award of a $1 billion contract to American Systems.

NASA sticks with Jacobs for $3.2B launch infrastructure contract

This contract's scope of work also includes the Artemis program for going back to the Moon.