Contracts

Veterans Affairs looks to upgrade benefit management systems

Current systems don’t support analytics techniques such as data mining, automation and artificial intelligence.

Contracts

Jacobs captures $3.9B NASA recompete

The company first won this Johnson Space Center support contract to support human spaceflight in 2013.

Companies

Tom Hewitt dies at age 83

The industry pioneer is credited with breaking down communication barriers between companies and government agencies in an era when speaking with each other was impossible.

Sponsor Content

User-Friendly Cybersecurity is Key in a Hybrid Landscape

Fending off cyberattacks is now an inevitable reality for agencies and they must stay one step ahead of nefarious actors.

Companies

Justice seeks to stop Booz Allen's Everwatch acquisition

The department's antitrust lawsuit says the transaction unfairly eliminates competition for providing signals intelligence modeling and simulation services to the National Security Agency.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: How L3Harris wears its 'Trusted Disruptor' hat

Company no. 10 on our 2022 Top 100 rankings views that its embrace of that identity as requiring both internal and external components, L3Harris Technologies executive Sean Stackley says in this episode to our Ross Wilkers.

Contracts

Marine Corps shares new information warfare doctrine

The Corps wants commanders to start thinking about the role of information in waging war.

Contracts

Air Force looks to HBCUs to lead its first university applied research center

The tactical autonomy-focused center will focus on key areas including human-machine teaming, trust and collaboration between platforms.

Contracts

Unique procurement approach triples weather forecasting power

General Dynamics IT built two new supercomputers for the National Weather Service and is taking on all the risk.

Companies

Red River hires new tech chief

The 25-year market veteran most recently worked in a similar role at VMware's public sector business.

Sponsor Content

Goodbye Vendor Lock-in, Hello Innovation

Meeting customer and user experience expectations requires government IT departments to be agile, flexible, and innovative.

Companies

Schneider Electric unveils new federal org

Electrification requirements, cybersecurity, data and industry partnerships are among several agenda items for the team.

Contracts

Federal court system eyes expanded push to the cloud

The judicial branch wants to speed up its movement of applications and data.

Companies

Google bets big on government business with new division

Google Public Sector aims to accelerate digital transformation across government.

Companies

Enlightenment Capital closes new $540M fund

Fund IV's final amount is double that of the last one the government market investment firm raised.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: Lumen's '4th Industrial Revolution' push in the public sector

The "Fourth Industrial Revolution" is about both technological advancement and rapid societal change. It is also in Lumen Technologies' corporate mission and drives its federal strategy as explained to our Ross Wilkers by Zain Ahmed, senior vice president of public sector at company no. 31 on our 2022 Top 100.

Contracts

Navy to move ahead on $914M aircraft services program

The service branch's choice of Vertex Aerospace has been upheld after two bid protests.

Contracts

Protest ruling details why DISA chose Leidos for $11B IT contract

The Government Accountability Office highlights some of General Dynamics' own business decisions in structuring its bid.

Contracts

BAE wins $12B ballistic missile support recompete

The company has been the lead systems integrator for the nuclear triad's land portion since 2013.

Contracts

DHS looks to expand its Procurement Innovation Lab

Department of Homeland Security Chief Procurement Officer Paul Courtney told FCW the agency is seeking a new senior level director to lead a small but mighty team of acquisition experts as they attempt to steer the federal government away from legacy buying processes.

Contracts

SBA team targets set-aside contracts awarded to ineligible firms

The Office of Government Contracting and Business Development successfully steered over $5 billion in contracting opportunities for small businesses away from firms that were ineligible for set-asides.