Contracts

Federal court system eyes expanded push to the cloud

The judicial branch wants to speed up its movement of applications and data.

Companies

Google bets big on government business with new division

Google Public Sector aims to accelerate digital transformation across government.

Companies

Enlightenment Capital closes new $540M fund

Fund IV's final amount is double that of the last one the government market investment firm raised.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: Lumen's '4th Industrial Revolution' push in the public sector

The "Fourth Industrial Revolution" is about both technological advancement and rapid societal change. It is also in Lumen Technologies' corporate mission and drives its federal strategy as explained to our Ross Wilkers by Zain Ahmed, senior vice president of public sector at company no. 31 on our 2022 Top 100.

Contracts

Navy to move ahead on $914M aircraft services program

The service branch's choice of Vertex Aerospace has been upheld after two bid protests.

Contracts

Protest ruling details why DISA chose Leidos for $11B IT contract

The Government Accountability Office highlights some of General Dynamics' own business decisions in structuring its bid.

Contracts

BAE wins $12B ballistic missile support recompete

The company has been the lead systems integrator for the nuclear triad's land portion since 2013.

Contracts

DHS looks to expand its Procurement Innovation Lab

Department of Homeland Security Chief Procurement Officer Paul Courtney told FCW the agency is seeking a new senior level director to lead a small but mighty team of acquisition experts as they attempt to steer the federal government away from legacy buying processes.

Contracts

SBA team targets set-aside contracts awarded to ineligible firms

The Office of Government Contracting and Business Development successfully steered over $5 billion in contracting opportunities for small businesses away from firms that were ineligible for set-asides.

Top 100

TOP 100: Accenture again chooses change with Novetta acquisition

Company No. 13 on our 2022 Top 100 rankings is taking another opportunity to challenge the way it does business.

Companies

Mercury Systems reaches pacts with activist shareholders

Two well-known government market executives will join the board as a result.

Contracts

Acquisition shops inside government need workers too

Government contractors talk up the talent fight all the time as their watch-item, but what of the teams that award the work?

Companies

How and where newcomers are entering the market

GovTribe's Market Disruptor Report shows the pace of companies winning their first federal prime contract is picking up in 2022 compared to the end of last year.

Contracts

Spotlight on innovation in the 2023 defense policy bill

The Defense Innovation Unit stands to get $81 million, double its requested budget, for fiscal 2023, under the House version of the National Defense Authorization Act.

Opinion

You are never too small to draw DOJ's ire

When small businesses make the mistake of thinking the Justice Department won't pay attention to them, they can pay dearly.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: How the convergence of digital and physical drive Parsons' growth

Parsons Corp. was born an engineering company in 1944 and still is. But software is also a core component in both federal and infrastructure markets as our Ross Wilkers heard from Peter Torrellas, president of the company's connected communities business.

Contracts

AECOM challenging $215M no-compete contract

The Health and Human Services Department used an exception in procurement rules that allows agencies to award certain contracts without competition.

Contracts

TMF announces $95 million in new funding focused on security and networks

The Technology Modernization Fund is announcing a new set of investments to help three agencies meet White House cybersecurity objectives.

Top 100

TOP 100: Inside L3Harris' plan to disrupt the defense market

Company No. 10 on our 2022 Top 100 rankings is implementing a strategy it says askews a 'business as usual' approach in favor of doing things differently.

Opinion

The James Webb telescope can teach us more than just space

Project management lessons from this program serve as an instruction manual on how to leverage mistakes and mitigate risks.

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