ShorePoint books $51M cyber modernization contract

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


Nearly 300 comment on proposed CMMC rule

The Defense Department now has to process and respond to the comments before it issues the final version of the industry-wide rule in the fall.

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Sayari hires LexisNexis vet to lead U.S. public sector team

This is the supply chain software specialist's first senior-level hire since TPG acquired majority ownership.


LeoLabs hires former Maxar public sector head as CEO

This eight-year-old Silicon Valley outfit operates a global radar network that tracks objects in space.


NASA opens on-ramp bidding for $476M Earth data program

The space agency wants both new companies and new ideas from the existing group of awardees.


NOAA awards 'Fisheries' block of $8B services vehicle

These awards support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's work to protect seafood resources.


WT 360: M&A is not only for the biggest players

Zach Hester, director of M&A strategy and deal generation at Bluestone Investment Partners, explains how small and mid-sized firms focused on organic growth have opportunities in a market where private equity plays a huge role.


8 habits that push your customers away

Business development expert Nic Coppins offers a reality check for government contractors and the many ways they alienate customers.

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Sales, operations and finance mark the week in exec moves

One of the government market's active venture firms and a space startup's new board appointment also feature.


Inside the AI angle of ManTech's pivot

The company's new data analytics and artificial intelligence practice will look to help agencies get a handle on their data before operationalizing AI.


CIO-SP4 lawsuits continue to pile up

More companies have gone to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims with complaints over how the $50 billion IT vehicle is being managed.


Accenture's federal arm wins $789M Navy cyber contract

Navy leaders see the future SHARKCAGE environment as having a single set of system resources that work in the same security domain on shores and out at sea.


Tetra Tech extends FAA footprint via acquisition

Tetra Tech adds around 500 employees through this newest in a series of purchases over the past decade.


A minimum viable CJADC2 is ‘real and ready,’ DOD official says

The initial version of the Pentagon’s effort to create an interoperable information-sharing network across all of its military domains is “low latency and extremely reliable,” according to Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks.


Army Corps of Engineers previews cyber facility construction contract

The plan is for this building to house the Marine Corps' cyber defense operations, and respondents should detail other secure facilities they have built, including the physical IT aspects.


Interior starts the bidding for $500M IT services vehicle

The department's Bureau of Indian Affairs will choose between seven and 10 companies for this brand new contract.


GSA's new approach to Polaris could help some joint ventures

The General Services Administration has received affirmation on how it wants to score mentor-protege joint ventures that are pursuing this government-wide IT vehicle.


Exiger hires former Air, Space Force contracting lead as government president

This is the supply chain management software's newest move on the heels of investments by The Carlyle Group and Insight Partners.