Booz Allen's cloudy crystal ball for the market and AI

CEOs of publicly-traded companies everywhere are getting questions from investors on the debt ceiling crisis. This time it was Booz Allen Hamilton's leader who had to acknowledge the situation.

NextGov, FCW to combine editorial operations

These two sibling publications of Washington Technology are merging into a single outlet as they fine tune their approach to covering the federal government.

State Department's plan to use $500M CHIPS funding to bolster the supply chain

The State Department is using its CHIPS funding to foster relations with allies, strengthen supply chains and build a robust semiconductor ecosystem.

Godspeed Capital closes second investment fund

The private equity firm plans to further expand its portfolio of companies, which already includes SilverEdge Government Solutions.

Deltek builds time-tracking offerings with new acquisition

Replicon adds 2,500 customers to Deltek's network and bolsters offerings for project-centric organizations.

BAE's US board elects former Virginia representative

Elaine Luria formerly represented the Virginia district that includes Hampton Roads, where the Navy has a significant presence.

Agile Defense purchases enterprise cyber company

This transaction represents Agile Defense's first with the backing of its owner Enlightenment Capital.

Private equity firm starts 'C5ISR' strategy with acquisition

Fregata Systems looks to make a string of acquisitions over the next three years and has hired a new CEO that formerly led Cubic Corp.'s defense business.

ManTech founder George Pedersen dies at 87

The industry legend and pioneer led ManTech for five decades.

WIT names top women leaders

At its annual leadership gala, Women In Technology recognized 10 women for their work to foster professional development and success for other women in the tech sector.

IBM partners with U.S. and Japanese universities on quantum supercomputer R&D

With funding from IBM, universities in both countries will collaborate to develop a quantum supercomputer to spur further innovation in the field.

SAIC announces CEO succession as Keene plans October retirement

Former CGI Federal and Microsoft executive Toni Townes-Whitley joins the company as CEO-elect on June 12 and will take the reins after Nazzic Keene retires Oct. 1.

The future of zero trust is about more than thwarting hackers, officials say

Defense Department officials noted that while progress has been made on deploying zero trust architecture on their networks, its capabilities don't stop with identity management.

LinQuest promotes new chief growth officer

Stephen Chambal joined the company in 2019 and with this promotion is charged with running the business development operation.

GDIT launches tech strategy focused on 'accelerators'

The company is investing in its labs, employees and partnerships as it focuses on technologies such as zero trust, automation, cloud, software, 5G and artificial intelligence.

Meet Google Public Sector’s new board of directors

Dave Goldfein, retired general and former Air Force chief of staff, will serve as the board’s chairman, alongside professionals with backgrounds in defense and intelligence, technology, education, health care and state and local government.

How partnerships drive the autonomy strategy for L3Harris

The president of L3Harris' integrated mission systems segment tells us about his company's collaboration with and how that feeds into a larger push toward something new.