Contracts

The Pentagon’s brewing a build-a-cloud program for defense agencies

The young platform, dubbed Olympus, is designed for self-service commercial cloud needs.

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Marine Corps chooses 6 for $809M network install contract

Awardees will focus their efforts on the physical assets of networks at Marine Corps bases and other locations.

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Leidos secures $631M Army sensor integration award

The so-called DIABLO program eyes a platform-agnostic approach and extensive relationships with original equipment makers.

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DHS updates $8.4B PACTS III solicitation

The amendments seek to address complaints about how the Homeland Security Department would evaluate performance for this professional services contract.

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IRS wants tax training focused on big filers

The agency wants to better training and access to tax law expertise regarding large organizations and wealthy individuals.

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Peraton secures new shot at $1B enterprise IT contract

The Defense Department backed away from an award to Deloitte after being told Peraton was likely to win its protest, which means proposals will be re-evaluated.

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Accenture touts $127M Army cloud migration award

The Army is looking to transition its IT assets out from a network of data centers into an enterprise multi-cloud environment.

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GSA unveils first draft solicitation for its Ascend cloud program

The General Services Administration wants industry feedback on the pool that is geared toward the hyperscale cloud providers.

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Navy chooses 7 for $2.7B 'Spiral 4' wireless contract

Each of the U.S.' "Big Three" carriers is an incumbent that will continue on the new iteration of this vehicle for devices and services.

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Transportation Department seeks AI solutions for transit infrastructure

The agency is looking for ways AI can improve pedestrian safety, air traffic control, road traffic management and more.

Opinion

With the FTC's looming non-compete ban agencies should rethink key personnel requirements

While the new FTC ruling is being challenged in courts, agencies and contractors should prepare now for an outright ban of non-compete clauses, says attorney Josh Duvall.

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Booz Allen challenges VA award that went to Guidehouse

The companies are competing for a Veterans Affairs Department contract to optimize how VA carries out health care services.

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Air Force reveals first cut of $750M CENTCOM HQ support contract

The service branch is particularly interested in hearing from two categories of small businesses for this opportunity to support senior leaders at Central Command's headquarters location.

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DHA chooses 11 for $43B medical staffing vehicle

These awards are for the unrestricted portion and the Defense Health Agency is still working on the small business track's source selection.

Opinion

Dive into DISA at our next WT Power Breakfast

The program for our May 10 event includes perspectives from the Defense Information Services Agency itself, the industry and other informed observers.

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Arcfield defends Air Force cross-domain IT contract

The company will continue supporting the Air Force Research Laboratory's efforts to make the movement of information easier and more secure.

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SAIC wins second chance at $457M Air Force IT modernization award

The service branch has quickly agreed to re-evaluate proposals and make a new decision.

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SOSi loses bid for second chance at $500M NSA contract

The Government Accountability Office saw no issues with how the National Security Agency evaluated the proposal and held discussions with the company.

Opinion

Air Force marks key signpost in robot wingmen award

Anduril and General Atomics are well known in the defense industry. But their selections for phase one of the Collaborative Combat Aircraft program stand out for who they went up against and where the tech is going.

Contracts

CACI's international push is a slow and steady race

One delivery to the U.S.' neighbors up north is on contract and as CACI's chief executive told Wall Street, more activity like that drives the addressable market for its technology.