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General Dynamics IT hires Booz Allen vet as growth chief

The role was temporarily fulfilled by GDIT's chief technology officer prior to this appointment.

SAIC hires former Air Force CIO Knausenberger

Knausenberger will be one of two new executive vice presidents to join Science Applications International Corp. as the company prepares for a new CEO to start.

CGI Federal battles to keep visa processing work

The incumbent is taking issue with the State Department's choice of a competitor for the services in Central America.

Peraton fights rejection from Special Operations Command contract

The company objects to its elimination from a competition to deliver media messages as part of SOCOM's information operations.

Maximus recruits new general counsel

Formerly of GE Aerospace, John Martinez brings a deep defense and intelligence community background to Maximus.

SAIC further ties growth outlook to its current book of business

Science Applications International Corp.'s finance chief describes to Wall Street where their main focus is right now, while company's board brings in a former Pentagon chief information officer.

Leidos wins $918M DHS security contract

The company will modernize and maintain critical networks at the Homeland Security Department for the next eight years.

Verizon tattles on itself, pays $4.1M False Claims Act settlement

The company self-reported cybersecurity issues when it discovered problems with its Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service.

Big wins follow big changes at CACI

CEO John Mengucci describes to us the strategy for transforming what technology CACI International delivers to its customers and how, which preceded the captures of three multibillion-dollar contract awards.

WT 360: For Lockheed's ventures team, its investments are merely step one

Chris Moran, executive director and general manager of Lockheed Martin's venture capital arm, takes us behind the scenes of their work with startup technology companies after the investment and how that larger ecosystem really operates.

Leidos unseats longtime incumbent for $7.9B Army tech contract

Held by the same company for 28 years, the Common Hardware Systems contract is a "one-stop shop" for buying commercial IT products and services.

Microsoft enters partnership to build AI for large datasets

The global software giant is offering Synthetiac up to 1 million hours of cloud computing resources to accelerate the development of new tools for searching massive amounts of unstructured data.

Leidos wins $918M DHS network support recompete

The Homeland Security Department uses the IT environments covered under this task order to secure and help share classified information across the law enforcement communities.

ManTech drops another protest involving $4.5B Air Force intelligence contract

ManTech is one of three winners for the Special Access Program Security Support Services program, but has still filed a trio of protests challenging the labor rates of a competitor.

CGI Federal touts $159M digital immigration info booking

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency wants a fully electronic setup to manage and process immigration claims.

General Dynamics wins $712M DHS IT recompete

The Homeland Security Department sticks with the incumbent for this program focused on DHS' ongoing headquarters consolidation at the Washington, D.C. St. Elizabeth's campus.

What do the Top 100 company slogans say about the market?

An analysis of the words companies use to describe themselves show how they can evoke an emotional response while telling a story of corporate capabilities.