Labor rates sunk Leidos' bid for $2.4B NSA contract

A decision on Booz Allen Hamilton's protest is still pending, but the Government Accountability Office's ruling on Leidos' protest gives a first peek inside the National Security Agency's evaluation.

Leidos' Krone credits people for the company's growth

In his last interview before retirement, Roger Krone reflects on the company's early struggles and what "put the bounce back in our step."

Where Leidos sees, and does not see, the stagnation loosening

As Leidos' retiring CEO told investors: government acquisition teams appear to be gaining traction on their to-do list, even if some of the reasons why are concerning to the market.

NGA awards $900M mission support contract

We know all the names of the 13 awardees, but given the classified nature of the work there is little publicly available.

DHA preps electronic health record follow-on contract

The Defense Health Agency has started to work on creating a new sustainment contract for the military's EHR that a team of Leidos, Cerner, Accenture and Henry Schein won in 2015.

Leidos' retiring CEO explains his decision

In talking to investors about why his time is now, Roger Krone also cites what boards of directors have to do as part of the succession planning process.

SAIC faces challenges to $1.3B Treasury cloud win

Two disappointed bidders are protesting the award that consolidates all of the Treasury Department's cloud buying activities.

Leidos' incoming CEO brings defense, international background

Leidos' strategy has included a significant hardware and international component, which Thomas Bell brings his own experience to given his career at Boeing and Rolls-Royce.

Retiring Leidos CEO's legacy is defined by not sitting still

Roger Krone's nine years at the helm of Leidos were marked by not just building a diverse portfolio, but also creating a culture that values change and adaptability.

NSA again chooses CACI for $2.4B award and protestors return

The National Security Agency has now twice chosen CACI International for the network analysis contract and is now facing a second round of protests.

A potential shutdown isn't the only worry for GovCon companies

In an earnings call with investors, Leidos' chief executive highlights the debt ceiling situation and the lack of contracting personnel as critical challenges faced by industry and agencies.

Workforce issues stay top of mind for GovCon execs

No matter the size of their business, government contractors see people and workforce issues as among the most pressing they face.

Technology chief promotions, hires permeate across the market

Three companies announced a series of chief technology officer appointments within a week and those are summarized here.

Leidos secures $1.5B in Social Security IT work

The protest window has lifted on this pair of awards for systems and infrastructure modernization work at the Social Security Administration.

Senior execs to bring 2023 trends into focus at our next Power Breakfast

Executives from large, small and mid-sized businesses will share their views on the opportunities and challenges for the year ahead as we kick off our 2023 series of WT Power Breakfasts.

Navy awards $4B shipboard network production contract

The program known as CANES enters increment two of full production to consolidate the networks.

Inside the Army’s newest spy plane

Already watching over Ukraine, Leidos’ ARTEMIS is part of the service’s growing fleet of contractor-owned intelligence aircraft.