Companies

Booz Allen names new chief technology officer

William Vass joins the company from AWS. He'll focus on AI, cyber, software and data-centric capabilities as the replacement for the retiring Susan Penfield.

Companies

DISA's industry partners center their agendas around user experience

Our Power Breakfast event on working with the Defense Information Systems Agency turned the conversation toward its user base of between 3 million and 5 million users, and the tech integrators that serve them and DISA.

Companies

Private equity-backed Everfox makes its first deal

The former public sector business of Forcepoint plans to acquire U.K.-based Garrison Technology in a move to broaden its cybersecurity offerings.

Sponsor Content

Supercharging Science: AI and High-Performance Computing’s Potential in Federal Research

Discover how AI on HPC supports faster, more in-depth research in a variety of fields relevant to national interests, from climate and energy to materials and drug discovery.

Companies

Blue Delta's advisory board adds trio

The additions of Tish Long, Lisa Disbrow and Anne Altman expand the group to having nine people.

Contracts

Senators look to mitigate risks in AI procurement

Sens. Gary Peters and Thom Tillis introduced new legislation that would codify safety measures in government contracts for artificial intelligence products and services.

Contracts

Accenture adds to TSA portfolio

Under the FAST blanket purchase agreement, Accenture Federal Services will support airport security operations.

Contracts

CACI wins $2B NASA IT centralization job

The space agency is looking to standardize and consolidate how it manages IT systems and applications.

Companies

Clarity Innovations, Chameleon complete their merger

Clarity undertakes its first significant transaction as a portfolio company of Capitol Meridian Partners.

Contracts

Space Force awards $1B ground system software contract

The service branch hires 20 small businesses to help move along the development of a new system that leans on commercial cloud.

Sponsor Content

Federal Zero Trust Strategy: OMB M-22-09 sets new goals

OMB published an updated Federal Zero Trust Strategy in Memorandum M-22-09. It outlines three Identity goals that every agency must achieve by the end of fiscal year 2024. Learn how you can quickly accomplish these goals now.

Companies

VTG makes another acquisition to build intelligence business

This is VTG's second buy in as many months and since its new private equity owner came on board.

Companies

Akima subsidiary wins $480M Space Force satellite control contract

Space Force awards this job amid its effort to increase the capacity of its Satellite Control Network comprising 19 globally distributed antennas.

Companies

Booz Allen acquires PAR Government Systems for $95M

PAR also found a buyer for its Rome Research Corp. subsidiary, which marks a full exit from government work and start of a complete focus on the core restaurant and retail tech business.

Opinion

Track these civilian IT priorities as FY2024 heads for the last quarter

A variety of initiatives are underway for cyber, modernization, citizen experience and more data-driven decision making, writes immixGroup market intelligence analyst Ryan Nelson.

Contracts

Veterans Affairs proposes schedule for T4NG2 case

The department believes the 32 protests involving the $60 billion IT vehicle can be resolved by March 2025.

Companies

Digital services and segment leadership moves across the market

A pair of retired Army lieutenant generals enter the private sector, as does a former IRS and Treasury technology leader.

Contracts

FCC greenlights $200M pilot for school and library cybersecurity

The commission also approved an item to help bolster the security of a core data routing algorithm.

Contracts

AECOM gets second chance at USAID work in Ukraine

The U.S. Agency for International Development will re-examine its evaluation and decision to choose Amentum for the contract.

Companies

Accenture's federal arm wins $250M Interior platform contract

Interior's Bureau of Land Management sought a provider of agile application development services and aid to set up an IT delivery architecture.

Companies

DOD CIO resigns to take university post

John Sherman will become dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M.