Contracts

CGI to build data environment for Interior's energy royalties

CGI Federal will help the Interior Department apply a pair of cloud-based tools to distribute royalties for oil and gas wells on tribal lands.

IRS plans new version of its $700M digital platform contract

The Integrated Enterprise Portal 2.0 procurement will cover some of the most widely used, public-facing IRS applications.

Project Maven's accountability lessons

A new inspector general report finds some faults with how the Defense Department has managed its Project Maven initiative driven by artificial intelligence, but the lessons apply beyond one program.

CACI secures $514M Army contract for fiber-based high-speed communications

CACI International confirms its win of a $514 million task order to help the Army modernize outside plant infrastructure and facilities so they can have more fiber optic cables for communications.

PAE loses last shot at FBI background system

The third time wasn't a charm for PAE as it loses a bid protest over a contract to run an FBI system used for background investigations.

M&A concerns nix $280M contract award

The Government Accountability Office told the Air Force it needs to analyze the impact of Amentum's acquisition of DynCorp International before awarding a $280 million task order.

Army Intel Division Plans Wide-Reaching IT Overhaul

The Intelligence and Security Command unit published a solicitation looking for a contractor to modernize its IT infrastructure, focusing on secure network and automation capabilities.

New CMMC training to align with certification changes

Look for trainers working on the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program to realign their efforts to support recent changes to the certification process in 2022.

Leidos fighting for second chance at $4.5B NGA cloud contract

Leidos has filed a protest to challenge General Dynamics IT's win of a $4.5 billion cloud services contract with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Peraton can claim $343M TSA IT recompete win

Peraton scores a $343 million task order recompete win for enterprise IT services to the Transportation Security Administration.

Northrop wins $1.4B Army missile defense contract

Northrop Grumman wins a head-to-head showdown for a $1.4 billion integrated missile defense system production program intended as a cornerstone for the future joint force network construct.

AT&T wins $300M DISA telephony award

AT&T wins a $300 million contract for telephony and trunking services across both of the Americas regions for the next 10 years.

Accenture takes on PTO development work

Under an $87 million task order, Accenture Federal Services will work with the Patent and Trademark Office on improving how people file and register for trademarks.

Federal court system planning cloud computing contract

The federal court system is planning a pilot program to shift services such as infrastructure provisioning, development and website management to a cloud computing environment.

If, Then: 2022 brings plenty of scenarios to ponder

It is too easy to say contractors face a lot of uncertainty in 2022, especially considering all that we can be certain of and the different scenarios that those certainties will drive.

CMMC assessments could resume in January

The governing body responsible for implementing the Defense Department’s unified cybersecurity program for contractors expects security procedures for authorized third party assessors to start back up in early 2022. But DOD has the final say on the timeline.

NASA chooses 8(a) company for $359M software & engineering contract

NASA awards a $359 million contract to an 8(a) small business for software operation and other broad engineering support services.