Companies

Amentum books $260M unmanned system defense tech award

The task order covers development and transition of technologies for border and critical infrastructure site security.

Contracts

GSA aims for greener IT contracts by adding sustainability criteria

The General Service Administration’s new contracting language is one tool for the agency to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.  

Contracts

CACI wins round one in fight to keep $343M TSA IT contract

CACI International successfully argues the Transportation Security Agency made errors in choosing a competitor to manage IT infrastructure used by airports.

Companies

Army finalizes awards for $869M R&D vehicle

Companies will vie for task orders aimed at addressing chemical and biological weapons.

Companies

GSA to slow down process for Polaris IT vehicle

The agency will spend the time reviewing feedback on how joint ventures can bid.

Contracts

GSA to launch new BPA focusing on cloud technologies

The General Services Administration will roll out a new blanket purchase agreement to provide federal agencies with commercial cloud offerings as it seeks to reduce burden on government buyers – and administration costs for providers.

Opinion

How governments are adapting to an endemic world

COVID is not the only driver of change among government organizations. In this essay, William Eggers describes the changes that are in the works as governments at all levels put a greater emphasis on resilience.

Opinion

Know how to say 'No' to bad bids

The most successful companies find a balance between chasing everything and being too picky on what to bid. Lack of discipline there creates a barrier to growth that is hard to overcome.

Opinion

Woman-owned business can grow their market share by working together

In a call to action, a pair of women business leaders urge women-owned businesses to cooperate as a way of growing their market share. Here's what they want you to do.

Contracts

Central Command wants to open classified doors to academics

Central Command and the Air Force want a university partner to work on a range of technical challenges. Contractors need to watch this one as a catalyst for new opportunities.

Opinion

Why size matters in the federal market

The largest federal contractors continue to get bigger and that says a lot how the market is evolving and why size continues to matter.

Opinion

Polaris RFP sparks small business fears

The solicitation for the $15 billion has sparked fears that small businesses are at a disadvantage and joint ventures are favored in the competition. One protest so far but are others in the works?

Opinion

Protests keep nagging at CIO-SP4

The National Institutes of Health's flagship IT contract faces new challenges from bidders angry about the number of revisions the agency made during the bidding process.

Companies

Senators look to root out contractor conflicts of interest

A bipartisan group of senators have introduced legislation they say will help prevent potential conflicts within businesses that work with the federal government after concerns were raised over McKinsey's work with the Food and Drug Administration while it was consulting with pharmaceutical firms.

Opinion

Where today's small business contracting discussion needs to start

The General Services Administration has big plans for small business contracting as seen in two recent announcements but is that enough to achieve what they want?

Contracts

Biden Requests Significant IT, Cyber Investment Increases for 2023

Tech and cybersecurity spending would receive major boosts under President Joe Biden’s proposed 2023 budget.

Contracts

Peraton wins $339M NASA balloon operations recompete

The company inherited this work supporting scientific experiments through an acquisition in 2021.

Companies

Emergent books $419M Air Force product license pact

The Air Force is using this agreement to consolidate how it acquires Oracle-built core technology products and related maintenance services.

Companies

CGI Federal adds leader for sustainability, climate change services

Dr. Mark Flugge joins the company to lead its work with federal agencies on their sustainability goals.

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