Companies

Raytheon's venture arm backs autonomy startup

Autonomy and artificial intelligence technology is one of four broad priority areas for RTX Ventures.

Opinion

DOD's huge cloud vehicle should open doors to innovation

Each bidder may be on the potential $9 billion contract, but their competition for work will be fierce and fuel advancements in battlefield tech.

Companies

The uncertainty of inflation and its impact on federal spending

A recession may seem like a certainty but when and if it hits is anyone's guess, which complicates any federal budget forecast.

Sponsor Content

How to Build a Stronger Federal Cybersecurity Workforce

Here's how the federal sector can help cyber teams effectively secure agency operations for seamless mission success.

Contracts

Defense policy bill features FedRAMP Authorization Act

Cybersecurity experts say that ‘authorizing FedRAMP is the first step to fully and robustly resourcing the program’ after it was established in 2011

Companies

IBM to acquire Octo

IBM's purchase of this midsized government technology company takes place amid a myriad of happenings within Big Blue itself and across the market.

Contracts

Amentum continues battle for lost NASA support contract

The incumbent wants another shot at a $145 million laboratory support contract.

Companies

Veteran-owned company makes push for readiness growth

Cydecor is looking to become a more formidable competitor in database and business intelligence services.

Sponsor Content

You Can't Secure What You Don’t Know

This white paper introduces software bill of materials (SBOM), explains why software they're needed, the role they play in application security, and how to generate them.

Contracts

INSIDER EXCLUSIVE: Today's state of GWACs as the numbers show

We went deep into the world of governmentwide acquisition and multiple-award contracts at a WT Power Breakfast. Here is that session presented by The Pulse of GovCon, exclusively available for WT Insider Members.

Contracts

Google Cloud gets DOD's blessing. But will it win contracts?

Within days, the Pentagon is expected to announce winners of its up-to-$9 billion tactical cloud effort.

Contracts

All Polaris protests now rest in the courts

A handful of companies are taking issue with how General Services Administration is running this $15 billion governmentwide IT contract for small businesses.

Contracts

GDIT wins $84M contract to support traumatic brain injury research

The research and support contract, awarded by the Defense Health Agency, has an eight-month base period with three option years.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: How Razor's Edge Ventures scouts for tech and companies

The U.S. national defense strategy is a guide for how Razor's Edge Ventures decides where to make its investments, as two of their leaders explain in this episode.

Companies

Majority of defense contractors fail to implement critical cybersecurity requirements, report says

A new report reveals that many contractors working for the Department of Defense have failed to implement required cybersecurity measures.

Companies

SAIC getting past headwinds from lost contracts

Steady sales from ongoing contracts have more than made up for lost incumbent jobs as the company projects better growth than it had expected.

Contracts

INSIDER EXCLUSIVE: Execs share their company's Energy strategies

Leaders at Leidos and ICF share firsthand experience of their companies' work with the Energy Department on emerging technologies, plus their partnering strategies and the impacts of climate change.

Companies

American Systems wins $1B testing support contract

The Defense Information Systems Agency again chooses someone other than the incumbent.

Companies

State Department unveils $10B enterprise IT services solicitation

The contract known as "Evolve" seeks technology modernization services in support of diplomatic goals.