Companies

SAIC brings in McKinsey vet to lead civilian group

This represents the newest move in Science Applications International Corp.'s ongoing strategic pivot.

Companies

L3Harris lines up family office to acquire antenna business

This is the newest in a series of continuous moves by L3Harris Technologies to reshape its portfolio.

Companies

TCOM buys small unmanned vehicle maker

TCOM is adding a fleet of drones that are intended to be ready for flight in less than 2 minutes.

Companies

Edgesource acquires software development consultancy

The buyer is seeking a greater foothold in data engineering, counter-unmanned aerial systems and other technologies for national security agencies.

Companies

Enlightenment Capital invests in workflow, regulatory software provider

Summit Technology Group's user base cuts across the federal government and financial services industry.

Companies

Helicity Space secures Lockheed venture arm's backing

The fusion engine making startup gains more financial resources and connections to further advance in the field of space transportation.

Contracts

Army moves toward second solicitation for $4B in R&D services recompetes

This is for the full-and-open portion of a contract vehicle used to acquire research-and-development services for global space, missile defense and high-altitude missions.

Companies

Chesapeake Technology acquires communications, autonomy product provider

The buyer is also looking to further build out its technology transition and system interoperability posture.

Contracts

SAIC wins $494M NASA safety services recompete

Science Applications International Corp. has held this program supporting space flight programs since 2013.

Contracts

Court fight over $45B Hanford tank contract resumes

The Energy Department's decision to stick with its preferred bidder for the contract to manage a vast farm of radioactive waste storage tanks is again the subject of a lawsuit.

Contracts

General Dynamics books $922M Central Command IT award

CENTCOM is emphasizing the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies in this program.

Companies

Financial and operational leadership appointments in the market

A pair of companies backed by two of the federal market's most active private investors plus a third global government services provider make moves in their c-suite.

Podcasts

WT 360: GovCon needs to watch the push against noncompetes too

Fluet attorneys Marlena Ewald and Grace Williams explain how just like with other industries, everyone in the government market could be affected by the Federal Trade Commission's push to ban noncompete agreements.

Contracts

Peraton books $1B Interior cloud contract

The window for protests has closed, which frees Peraton to take on its role as the department's new enterprise cloud integrator and broker.

Contracts

New round of T4NG2 lawsuits hits the court

As of now: three companies are asking a federal judge to hear their complaints over how the Veterans Affairs Department made awards for the potential $61 billion IT vehicle.

Contracts

Energy chooses 14 companies for $900M data collection contract

Awardees will work with the agency responsible for compiling statistics and analysis on all aspects of energy for the federal government.

Companies

Park Place acquires federal data center support company

Park Place adds more channel partners and field engineers that help agencies maintain brand-name equipment.

Companies

Synergy ECP acquires intelligence community IT company

Synergy ECP was itself acquired by a private equity firm back in the fall and eyes this new transaction as adding software development expertise.

Contracts

DLA chooses 10 for $92.5M transformation support pact

The Defense Logistics Agency will use this blanket purchase agreement to acquire support for managing its programs.

Contracts

FAA starts to craft cloud services recompete

General Dynamics IT can tout almost 10 years of incumbency on the current contract.