SAIC's OCI claims rejected in $193M Army competition

Peraton is now poised to take over the work on developing survivability systems for Army aircraft.


CGI books $72M modernization contract with CMS

The company will focus on the processes that support the Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D programs.


ManTech hires Accenture vet as new chief digital officer

Christopher Copeland joins the company amid its pivot to taking a more horizontal view of technology and engineering.


SAIC shows part of its investment hand

In her most recent talk with Wall Street, CEO Toni Townes-Whitley describes the "three flavors of investment" that Science Applications International Corp. is prioritizing.


A trio of CEO, president moves and more across the market

Technology development, growth and internal company functions also feature.


USCIS preps industry to bid on enterprise IT architecture recompete

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency is eyeing late June for the final solicitation's release.


GDIT seeks second chance to keep $865M Air Force contract

General Dynamics IT claims it lost this incumbent program because the winner hired a former Air Force official and therefore gained an inside track.


Parsons, SeaTech win seats on $1B counter-nuclear smuggling contract

The National Nuclear Security Administration will use the contract to buy radiation detection, security and communication systems.


BAE challenges loss of $12B nuclear weapon support contract

BAE Systems and Guidehouse are fighting to manage the retirement of the Minuteman III missile and deployment of its replacement.


Deloitte fights for another shot at $789M SHARKCAGE cyber contract

The company is challenging the Navy's evaluation of proposals and selection of a rival for the cybersecurity contract.


V2X details its product push and modernization approach

In talking with investors, CEO Chuck Prow describes how a router that one of V2X's heritage businesses designed for helicopter pilots is part of the company's larger vision for supporting platforms.


Serco to get second shot at $171M Air Force cyber contract

The company objected to how proposals were evaluated and convinced the Air Force to take a second look.


Operations, health and finance mark the week in exec movement

Plus a former House Armed Services Committee chairman joins the board of directors at one of the market's largest companies.


Veterans Affairs replaces one T4NG2 prime

The Small Business Administration has determined one original awardee is in fact not small, so that company is out and a second is in for the $60 billion IT services vehicle.


Dell wins $1.3B DHS Microsoft supply recompete

This is iteration number five of the blanket purchase agreement that covers subscriptions, licenses and other needed services.


SPA acquires parts of ManTech's technical advisory business

The sale aligns with the company's strategy of accelerating innovation and mission performance with AI, high-end cyber and engineering.


Palantir's teaming approach on display in $178M Army targeting tech win

Our eyes go immediately to Palantir's lineup of industry partners for the "TITAN" program that show both disruption and teaming, especially when seeing both longstanding and emerging players on the list.


WT 360: LMI's logistics heritage also informs its present and future

LMI's chief executive Doug Wagoner takes us behind the scenes of how the company shifted from being a nonprofit entity to a for-profit, plus how the company work with government agencies to solve their logistics problems.


Energy tries again to award $45B Hanford tank contract

The department wraps up its evaluation of revised proposals following a court challenge, but the outcome is the same for now unless another protest follows.


Amentum books $591.6M Navy fleet support contract

The company will work with U.S. allies and provide ship and systems engineering services.