Contracts

Army awards $675M security tech operation contract

Awardees will help operate and maintain systems used to control entry into Army facilities.

MDA chooses small business for $385M testing support contract

The Missile Defense Agency also wants the awardee to help make a new instrumentation system.

SAIC wins $757M Army IT management contract

The branch sought support for a system that supplies enterprise software to users.

Air Force to rethink $5.7B enterprise IT award to CACI

The service will look at conflict-of-interest allegations and how it evaluated proposals for this portion of its Enterprise IT as a Service effort.

General Dynamics extends VA service desk work

The company confirms its win of a $110 million contract that includes automation and knowledge management technology.

AT&T books $119M CBP network task order

The Customs and Border Protection agency is building on efforts to modernize telecommunications environment.

Round 9: Air Force adds 30 more companies to JADC2 connectivity program

The military continues to cast an open net across industry for networking and communications technologies.

GSA to study demographic equity in remote identity tech

The agency plans to test the accuracy of tools like facial recognition software across different demographic groups. 

Boeing's $5B missile defense win hit by conflict-of-interest allegations

One protestor is arguing that an industry teammate of Boeing had previously overseen work on the ground-based defense system.

NGA clears two protests of $947M professional services vehicle

One challenge remains active at the Government Accountability Office.

Small business moves ahead on $534M Marine Corps data contract

This phase of the effort will focus on analytics and visualization, among other areas.

MetroStar wins $155M Marine Corps business info support contract

Service branch leaders use the systems to manage pay and personnel, financial and accounting operations.

DISA plans further updates to DEOS support notice

The Defense Information Systems Agency is also giving companies more time to submit comments regarding a request for information.

Federal IT modernization fund’s financial needs draw lawmaker scrutiny

Federal CIO Clare Martorana said that the government should be operating on the “most modern technology available.”

GSA opens Polaris to next set of small-business bidders

The General Services Administration has released the final solicitation for service-disabled and HUBzone small businesses to bid on the Polaris IT vehicle.

WT dives into Energy at our next Power Breakfast

We will present opportunities for large and small businesses at our Sept. 23 Power Breakfast, which marks WT's return to in-person events.

Autonomy is GSA's gameplan for the inflation challenge

The General Services Administration wants contracting officers to move quickly on pricing adjustments in a time of 8% inflation in the U.S.