Contracts

Court rejects protests over $450M DHS BPA awards

The Customs and Border Protection can now start using the blanket purchase agreements to acquire enterprise IT and application development services from small businesses.

Contracts

State is taking an ‘important step’ for planned EHR, as key lawmaker moves to speed it up

State’s Bureau of Medical Services has been working for more than a decade to replace its current paper-based medical record system with an electronic solution to better meet the healthcare needs of its diplomatic corps.

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3 Key insights for agencies navigating today’s cybersecurity landscape

Government agencies must adapt continuously, embracing strategies that build defensibility and resilience against evolving threats.

Companies

Capitol Meridian Partners unveils its first fund

A pair of Carlyle Group veterans founded CMP in 2021 to find founder-led companies on a growth curve.

Contracts

CIO-SP4 lawsuits consolidated as case moves forward

Any other company wishing to challenge how the National Institutes of Health's acquisition arm is running the competition will be added to this proceeding.

Contracts

Army finalizes $910M test, engineering award

The protest window is now closed, for good, which clears the way for work to start at the Army's Redstone Test Center.

Contracts

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.

Contracts

Amentum books $591.6M Navy fleet support contract

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

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Achieving the pillars of zero trust at federal agencies

Find out the game-changing role of observability in achieving zero trust for public sector.

Opinion

Our next Power Breakfast to explore the Navy-industry partnership

This March 8 event will feature speakers from the Navy, Defense Department and industry that will share insights into what it means to work with the Navy.

Contracts

Non-compliance ruling sparks protest over $12B Army IT contract

DH Technologies says its issue was minor and didn't give the company a competitive advantage.

Companies

ICF holds to stable outlook for infrastructure, Inflation Reduction Act spend

ICF's chief executive explains to Wall Street where the funds are being directed and how the financial model is different for some projects.

Contracts

Air Force switches award of $12B nuclear weapon support recompete

Guidehouse emerges as the winner of this re-evaluation after having successfully protested for at least a second chance.

Companies

US signs on to international principles for 6G

In conjunction with nine other countries, the U.S. released six new principles intended to guide a global 6G wireless connectivity adoption.

Opinion

Sikorsky, Rain demo autonomous firefighting helicopter

The companies integrated their autonomous flight and wildfire detection technologies into a Black Hawk helicopter.

Opinion

DOD's new industrial strategy points to the future of national security

Kirk Konert, a managing partner at AE Industrial Partners, highlights the role of private capital in making the Defense Department's new industrial strategy keep going forward.

Contracts

Veterans Affairs details teaming framework for $14B transformation recompete

The department's main health care agency further spells out the roles and responsibilities of prime contractors as team leaders ahead of a final solicitation release.

Contracts

SAS, Carahsoft ink new partnership pact

Their agreement is part of a shift by SAS to emphasize a distribution model for their resellers and broaden its reach in the government market.

Contracts

ShorePoint books $51M cyber modernization contract

The company is tasked to modernize cybersecurity, risk, and compliance programs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.