GSA makes additions to OASIS small business on-ramp

The General Services Administration unveils a new cadre of apparent small business awardees for the OASIS professional services contract on-ramp and one name on the list got on thanks to a legal fight.

HPE touts $2B NSA high-performance computing contract

Hewlett Packard Enterprise lifts the curtain on a $2 billion contract to supply high-performance computing technology and associated services to the National Security Agency.

Peraton can claim this $2B military health IT win

A team led by Peraton and Capgemini wins a $2 billion blanket purchase agreement to act as a lead enterprise IT systems integrator for the Defense Health Agency.

Small biz takes $2.5B SEC professional services contract

Small business C2 Alaska LLC wins a $2.5 billion contract for broad professional services to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

General Dynamics, Sierra Nevada take seats on $774M Army key load contract

General Dynamics and Sierra Nevada win seats on a $774.2 million contract with the Army to provide cryptographic key load devices for securing network systems.

GSA makes awards on ASTRO manned & unmanned product contract

The General Services Administration chooses dozens of firms for the much-anticipated and massive ASTRO contract vehicle covering manned, optionally manned and unmanned platforms and services.

Parsons wins $935M Air Force base security contract

Parsons takes a $953 million contract to help the Air Force maintain layered base security systems at its facilities in Europe and Africa.

Four win seats on $240M Army future concept contract

Four companies win spots on a $240 million contract to work with the Army’s Futures and Concepts Center on addressing current and emerging challenges for soldiers.

ManTech defends $475M space launch support recompete

ManTech defends its decade-long incumbency on a military space launch engineering and integration program through the win of a $475.5 million recompete.

Round 2: Navy adds 600 firms to $50B SeaPort services vehicle

The Navy has good news for 600 companies: they now have a seat on the $50 billion SeaPort NXG professional services vehicle.

Round 6: More awards for Air Force battle management system effort

The Air Force has made a sixth block of awards for its $950 million contract to build a new system for managing and distributing information in the battlefield.

One more company joins $3.6B NIH research contract

A fifth company gains a seat on the National Institutes of Health's $3.6 billion "SOAR" contract vehicle covering support for biomedical research projects.

DISA moves ahead on ethernet gateway awards

The Defense Information Systems Agency awards another portion of its nationwide initiative to upgrade network connections and this award continues a strong run for the winner.

Peraton to continue Strategic Command IT support

Peraton receives a new $443.8 million contract to continue providing IT platforms and support services to U.S. Strategic Command.

DISA awards next ethernet gateway region

The Defense Information Systems Agency awards another piece of its nationwide upgrade effort to Comcast, which will provide new ethernet connectivity to DISA for accessing the military's global information network.

Air Force awards $950M radar & range support contract

The Air Force finalizes 20 awards for a $950 million radar system and training range support contract.

NASA taps joint venture for $531M Goddard engineering contract

A joint venture that includes KBR as a partner wins a $531 million contract for systems engineering work at NASA's Goddard hub.

GSA reveals first block of STARS III awardees

With more to come, the General Services Administration has made an initial cut of hundreds of awards for the STARS III IT services and solutions vehicle reserved for 8(a) small businesses.

Parsons can claim $3B in MDA services wins

Parsons Corp. is on the winning end of $2.8 billion in a pair of new contract awards out of the Missile Defense Agency: one as the sole prime and the second through a joint venture.

Nine win spots on $249M Navy unmanned tech contract

Nine companies win seats on a $249.7 million unmanned hardware and software development contract with the Navy.

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