Companies

Mercury Systems reaches pacts with activist shareholders

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

TOP 100: Lumen’s strategy goes beyond its network modernization base

The No. 31 company on our 2022 Top 100 is also focused on execution for the task orders it has booked under the EIS contract vehicle to transform agency networks.

Leonardo DRS finds transaction partner to take it public

Interest in listing the DRS business on the stock market never wavered even after a planned IPO was nixed.

GSA issues final batch of STARS III awards

The potential $50 billion IT services and solutions vehicle feeds into the White House's larger procurement equity push.

DMI appoints new growth chief

She joins the company within a year of its private equity owner joining the fold.

SilverEdge hires new human resources leader

Private equity firm Godspeed Capital formed the company out of three acquisitions.

BAE wins $699M DOD supercomputing services contract

Work will support the Defense Department's network of centers that house high-performance computing capabilities.

General Dynamics' $11B DOD 'Fourth Estate' IT protest denied

Barring more action, this lets Leidos proceed on its work for the 10-year Defense Enclave Services award and consolidate IT systems for 22 DOD agencies.

Vectrus stockholders green-light merger with Vertex

The companies expect to close their transaction in the third quarter of this year.

C2 Technologies adds new senior VP

Her new areas of responsibility at C2TI will cover customers, business operations and strategic growth

BlackSky elevates new finance chief

The nearly three-decade industry veteran also held the CFO role at what was then DigitalGlobe and GeoEye.

Small biz leaders urge Congress to address category management woes

As the rate of small businesses providing goods and services to the federal government plummets, experts are demanding lawmakers reassess an increasingly popular procurement method meant to reduce burdens and cost.

Maximus moves up the Top 100 with acquisitions, awards

The company's transformation journey also includes leveraging demand for services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.