Opinion

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.

Companies

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.

Contracts

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.

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Enabling the future of human spaceflight

As NASA prepares to push the boundaries of space exploration on the moon and Mars, industry partnerships are more critical than ever.

Contracts

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.

Companies

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.

Contracts

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.

Companies

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.

Contracts

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.

Contracts

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.

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3 Key insights for agencies navigating today’s cybersecurity landscape

Government agencies must adapt continuously, embracing strategies that build defensibility and resilience against evolving threats.

Companies

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.

Contracts

Navy envisions ‘hundreds of thousands’ of drones in the Pacific to deter China

With DIU contracting for prototypes, Pacific Fleet is experimenting with unmanned craft that may one day defend Taiwan.

Contracts

How and why Jacobs lost a $2.8B incumbent contract

A newly-released bid protest decision describes one significant mistake by Jacobs, but also includes allegations of information being shared because the business unit involved is part of a complex merger.

Contracts

GovCIO wins $865M CENTCOM communications contract

GovCIO unseats an incumbent to take over the work across Central Command's area of responsibility, which covers 20 countries and 90,000 U.S. government personnel.

Contracts

USCIS unveils first glimpse at software development recompete

This will be iteration number four of the Outcome-Based Delivery and DevSecOps Services vehicle, also known as ODOS.

Companies

WT 360: All about SMX's digital transformation thesis

SMX's chief executive Peter LaMontagne discusses where the company wants to go, how it defines tech modernization as being more than just about cloud migration and what the Defense Department's new industrial strategy means for GovCon.

Companies

NIST calls for quantum tech experts to join advisory group

As global agencies are preparing to set standards in quantum technology, NIST is working on forming a U.S. delegation to represent American perspectives.

Companies

General Dynamics' CEO paints a more optimistic supply chain picture

"That is behind us now," Phebe Novakovic told an investor conference. Which means the conversation now turns to strategy and investment priorities.

Contracts

Library of Congress told to redo $450M agile software contract

The Government Accountability Office found problems with evaluations, the best value tradeoff process and poor documentation.

Contracts

US reviews export controls in Britain, Australia for high-tech arms sales exemptions

A State Dept. official told a House panel that work to align AUKUS partners with U.S. export control requirements is ‘going very well'.