Opinion

Contractors wait for more clarification in wake of Supreme Court's vaccine mandate decision

Supreme Court vaccine mandate decision doesn't apply to requirements on government contractors but there are still plenty of gray areas.

Companies

Teledyne elevates new defense segment leader

Teledyne Technologies names a new executive vice president for its defense business who will lead the effort to make the most last year's FLIR acquisition.

Companies

BT Federal brings in former Cubic exec as CEO

BT Group appoints a new chief executive for the telecommunications giant's subsidiary focused on the U.S. government market that joins from Cubic Corp.

Sponsor Content

Augmented Reality for First Responders

Verizon partners with Ericsson, Qwake Technologies, Cradlepoint, and Inseego to help firefighters see in the dark with 5G and augmented reality.

Companies

QinetiQ hires Northrop vet to lead US subsidiary

QinetiQ Group's U.S. arm wants to double in size to $600 million-annual revenue by its 2026 fiscal year and has named a new CEO to lead that pursuit.

Companies

NIST Seeks Members For New IoT Advisory Board

The inaugural board will advise the Internet of Things Working Group on federal policies that may influence IoT development and security.

Opinion

5 resolutions for your 2022 marketing plans

We have resolutions for 2022 but here is a reality check for your marketing plans and what will work and what won't this year and beyond.

Companies

In Gryphon, ManTech finds company pushing changes in engineering

In acquiring Gryphon Technologies, ManTech finds a company it sees as at the forefront of a very different model of engineering than the traditional document-based approach.

Companies

Amy Gilliland on the future of systems integrators

Systems integrators should secure their future in the market by applying domain expertise to help customers apply new technologies, according to General Dynamics' IT business leader.

Companies

SAIC names new Army lead

Science Applications International Corp. brings in Jon Rucker as the new leader of its Army business.

Sponsor Content

3 Ways Government Can Successfully Deploy AI/ML

A Google search for artificial intelligence can lead readers to stories portraying this technology in the best and worst ways, but what exactly is AI?

Contracts

Energy Launches New Program To Overhaul the U.S. Electrical Grid

Pursuant to President Biden’s sustainable energy plans, the Department of Energy launched a new initiative to restore the country’s electrical grid through expanded access and more resilient systems.

Companies

Godspeed moves quick on federal tech market acquisition

Private equity firm Godspeed Capital Management acquires a second government technology solutions company just shy of one month on from its first transaction.

Companies

NetCentrics hires new business development leader

NetCentrics names John Dillon, a market veteran, as its new senior VP of business development.

Contracts

CGI to build data environment for Interior's energy royalties

CGI Federal will help the Interior Department apply a pair of cloud-based tools to distribute royalties for oil and gas wells on tribal lands.

Companies

Iron Bow hires operations lead

Iron Bow Technologies' new senior vice president of sales operations joins the company from his prior role as a leader at Cisco’s defense business.

Companies

Cadmus brings in new growth chief

Government and commercial consulting firm Cadmus appoints a new chief growth officer that formerly led expansion initiatives at Dovel Technologies until its sale to Guidehouse.

Contracts

IRS plans new version of its $700M digital platform contract

The Integrated Enterprise Portal 2.0 procurement will cover some of the most widely used, public-facing IRS applications.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: The tech & talent megatrends poised to shape 2022

Predicting how the future will play out is impossible, but knowing what drivers and ideas will shape it is an important art. This episode of Project 38 featuring our Ross Wilkers and Deloitte's government practice leader Mike Canning runs through what the firm's clients and employees view as the megatrends to watch in technology and talent.

Companies

Cloud-based aviation management company gets new owner

Flatirons Solutions, a company whose software serves both government and commercial aviation customers, has been acquired by Teleo Capital.

Opinion

Project Maven's accountability lessons

A new inspector general report finds some faults with how the Defense Department has managed its Project Maven initiative driven by artificial intelligence, but the lessons apply beyond one program.