Connolly releases new FITARA scores without usual committee hearing

“We could not allow a lapse in the scorecard,” Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said of the Tuesday roundtable discussion held without Republicans.

GDIT wins first tasks under $4.5B classified Air Force contract

It's been over two years since the Air Force awarded the Special Access Program Security Support Services vehicle and task orders have finally begun after clearing a series of protests.

GAO's reminder for all bid protest cases: Show your evidence

The Government Accountability Office said it had no choice but to rule against the Defense Department because it wouldn't show how it investigated a conflict-of-interest allegation.

Last CIO-SP4 protest resolved

Re-evaluations are now underway ahead of another attempt at awards for this potential $50 billion government-wide IT vehicle.

ASRC Federal subsidiary wins $489M launch site support recompete

NetCentric Technology's capture of this contract will stretch its presence at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida to 15 years.

OASIS+ bidders get one more month

The General Services Administration gives itself and the industry additional time to do their part for this government-wide professional services contract vehicle.

Six factors for selling into the state & local market

The state and local market is different in several key ways. Here are six things to keep in mind.

Air Force cancels $5.3B cyber contract after overwhelming response

With more than 250 proposals received, the Air Force said that was too many for a manageable evaluation process.

Process and payment questions are always paramount in shutdowns

How and when contractors get paid if the government shuts down are among many questions contractors have. Here is a glimpse at some answers.

Leidos celebrates $7.9B win that can still face challenges

Leidos has announced its capture of the Army's Common Hardware Systems-6 award, but the longtime incumbent General Dynamics still has an open window to protest.

IRS to redo $2B electronic payment system contract awards

The tax collection agency will rework the solicitation and take in revised proposals after a pair of protests.

The Army chooses non-traditional method to consolidate its ERP systems

This is the inside story on why the Army is going outside the typical pathways of government contracting to consolidate five enterprise resource planning systems.

MIL Corp. wins $223M Navy cyber engineering recompete

The Navy is expanding the scope of work for this new contract that supports cyber warfare and research development efforts.

DOD adds pair to $1.5B professional services vehicle

Both companies got what they sought for in their protests: a seat on the contract that directly supports senior Defense Department civilian leaders.

VA's health record 'reset' will extend into 2024

There's one deployment of the new, multibillion dollar EHR on the books for next April and officials expect the rollouts to pick up in the summer.

How much is too much to ask for in the OASIS+ solicitation?

One protester says the General Services Administration is going too far in wanting all the details that roll into a fixed-price proposal if the items are commercially-available from the start.

CGI Federal battles to keep visa processing work

The incumbent is taking issue with the State Department's choice of a competitor for the services in Central America.