Digital services and segment leadership moves across the market

A pair of retired Army lieutenant generals enter the private sector, as does a former IRS and Treasury technology leader.


FCC greenlights $200M pilot for school and library cybersecurity

The commission also approved an item to help bolster the security of a core data routing algorithm.


AECOM gets second chance at USAID work in Ukraine

The U.S. Agency for International Development will re-examine its evaluation and decision to choose Amentum for the contract.


Accenture's federal arm wins $250M Interior platform contract

Interior's Bureau of Land Management sought a provider of agile application development services and aid to set up an IT delivery architecture.


DOD CIO resigns to take university post

John Sherman will become dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M.


FBI reveals the 95 ITSSS-2 winners

The FBI took more than a week from first announcing the awards to publishing the list of companies that won spots on the $7 billion IT pact, but those names are now out.


Protests against T4NG2 awards hit a growth spurt

More companies have joined the group of those complaining about how the Veterans Affairs Department evaluated proposals for the $60 billion IT vehicle.


MDA chooses small biz JV for $347M planning support contract

VetTech will be at the center of the Missile Defense Agency's contribution to the so-called PPBE cycle for resource allocation across the Defense Department.


Pentagon’s AI office awards Palantir a contract to create a data-sharing ecosystem

The Pentagon’s marketplace for quickly onboarding new tech solutions helped Palantir receive its contract in 30 days.


Deloitte acquires disease surveillance business

This marks the consulting firm's second purchase in as many months that focuses on public health.


Protest ping-pong engulfs $345M Veterans Affairs contract

GovCIO and General Dynamics IT continue to trade blows as the file conversion contract has turned into a perpetual loop of protests and corrective actions.


TRANSCOM starts the bidding for $1.6B logistics management platform contract

Transportation Command will choose a single company to help stand up the system and base it on commercially-available supply chain software.


Tyto Athene builds managed cyber service offerings via acquisition

Tyto is looking to provide a more fully-integrated approach to agencies for their network security postures.


ManTech, GovCIO renew protests over $171M TSA award

The Transportation Security Agency chose Maximus to support various IT systems for a second time, but the protesters continue to claim TSA's decision has flaws.


Air Force chooses 14 for $220M geospatial support contract

Air Force leaders sought a pool of contractors to help facilitate enhanced and shared situational awareness.


Judge sets schedule for CIO-SP4 protests

The National Institutes of Health's IT arm has about four weeks to file its administrative record for the $50 billion CIO-SP4 IT contract, followed by other deadlines through the summer and fall.


NIST taps Analygence to help fix vulnerability database backlog

The standards agency has been unable to keep up with the inflow of system vulnerabilities being reported to its database.


WT 360: All about Telos' post-IPO journey

Telos Corp.'s chief executive John Wood joins to review the security technology company's four years since its initial public offering and preview the pathway it has laid out for a return to growth.


FBI remains silent on who won ITSSS-2

A full week has passed since the FBI said it made 95 awards for the $7 billion IT pact, but there is no official word on who those winners are.