Bowman enters government market via acquisition

Surdex will bring to Bowman a line of business in digital orthoimagery, a technique that combines aerial photos with a map's geometric qualities.


Leidos books $267M Army C5ISR recompete

The company has supported the branch's Communications Electronics Command since 2011 and in the fielding of more than 9,000 systems to date.


Two more join the T4NG2 protest fray

The $61 billion IT vehicle now has 16 protests at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and most of the complaints continue to focus on the Veterans Affairs Department's self-scoring methodology.

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WT 360: The NDAA is both law and a business roadmap

RSM's government contracting gurus Luis Avila and Stephanie Smith highlight some key signposts in this annual piece of policy legislation that companies can and should use to shape their strategies.

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New bill would greatly expand Defense Department quantum efforts

Proposed legislation would establish a quantum advisor and a new center of excellence.


Finance, tech and growth leadership moves across the market

One of the U.S.' longstanding nonprofit research-and-development organizations features, as does a space company that fetched $1.4 billion in Series A capital in 2021.


Bluestone forms partnership with ECS vets to find acquisition targets

Bluestone Investment Partners is joining forces with former ECS Federal executives George Wilson and Tom Weston to look for a company to buy and then build.


VA plans to restart EHR deployments before the end of FY25, secretary says

Despite VA’s fiscal year 2025 budget request not allocating any money toward the deployment of its new EHR at additional medical facilities, VA Secretary Denis McDonough said it has “existing money” that will be made available to resume system rollouts.


How Groundswell leans on tech partnerships in its wins

At its launch, Groundswell chose a few commercial applications to focus on and cites that approach as helping capture several contracts exceeding $100 million and aiding the pursuit of a $1 billion prize.

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Marine Corps chooses trio for $249M loitering munitions contract

The Corps wants to have these smaller aerial weapons in the field as soon as federal fiscal year 2027.


DHS lays out timeline for geospatial support recompete

The Homeland Security Department gives industry an idea of its plans to make these blanket purchase agreements available to bid on.


T4NG2 protests grow to 14 with more possible

A dozen companies have gone to the court with questions over how the Veterans Affairs Department evaluated proposals for the $61 billion technology modernization contract vehicle.


Noblis' venture arm backs digital twin specialist

Sedaro is working with Space Force on how to use these replications of the physical world in the design of spacecraft.


Washington Harbour invests in software engineering startup

Founded in 2018, Raft will put this new capital toward the research and development of new products for the digital battlefield.


Google is now authorized to host classified data in the cloud

The security milestone puts Google in a position to compete for classified business at U.S. defense and intelligence agencies.


Software-defined radio maker gets Blue Delta's backing

Herrick Technology Laboratories will use this investment to accelerate the development of a new product line and make acquisitions in augmenting tech areas.


Protesters take issue with Air Force's plan to redo $865M award

The Air Force wants to re-evaluate pricing, but the protesters say it doesn't go far enough to fix the problems they see with the communications support contract.


Epiq Solutions buys software-defined radio firm

Epiq is using this acquisition to deepen its portfolio of software-defined radio products for defense and intelligence agencies.