Army decides to reset $100M IT services contract

The service takes a step back after a series of protests made it realize that the solicitation no longer met their needs.

What can you do now to prepare for CMMC?

In the first of a series of videos, we talk to informed observers about what contractors should be doing ahead of the release of the CMMC draft rule and how they should approach what promises to be a massive and complex document for this new cybersecurity standard.

Air Force makes 13 more awards for $950M battle management tech program

The Air Force is looking to further research work on its piece of the Joint All-Domain Command and Control initiative to connect soldiers and systems.

Ukraine war teaches the value of early collaboration

This conflict's biggest lesson might be found in the need to build more of a "connective tissue" between the commercial satellite industry and the military before the next war.

DOD’s new AI and data strategy aims to scale adoption of new technologies

The Pentagon’s new data, analytics and artificial intelligence adoption strategy establishes a “hierarchy of needs” to help the department utilize emerging technologies.

Peraton wins $2.8B Special Operations IT recompete

This award is poised to continue a tradition of the customer going with someone else other than the incumbent.

Booz Allen drops objections to $250M DISA award

Northrop Grumman has regained the prime position on the Global Command and Control Systems Joint Modernization and Sustainment contract after moving it to Peraton as part of their 2021 transaction to sell Northop's IT business to Peraton.

Eqlipse Technologies acquires signal intelligence provider

The Arlington Capital Partners-backed company adds a maker of solutions for mobile satellite communications.

Fingers crossed: DOD's CMMC lead anxious for November release

The proposed final rule for the defense industrial base's new cybersecurity standard could hit the street any day.

Space Command unveils new $480M satellite support contract

The new contract will shift the work from a large business to an 8(a) small business.

General Dynamics assumes 'new reality' of supply chains in its outlook

The company's IT hardware and product unit seems to assume that some fragility is now normal.

What the mystery buyer of RTX's cyber business is getting

RTX is fetching $1.3 billion for its cybersecurity, intelligence and services business unit. We can tell you all about the transaction even without (yet) knowing the acquirer's identity.

Demystifying the acronym soup of CMMC

To prepare for the Nov. 8 CMMC Ecosystem Summit, here is an acronym cheat sheet to follow along in the conversation about the defense industrial base's new cybersecurity standard.

DISA opens $334M commissary tech support contract for bids

One company will take on the responsibility of managing hardware and software that supports the military's global network of grocery and household goods stores.

CAE finds buyer for healthcare business

This divestiture agreement takes place two years after CAE acquired a military training division from L3Harris Technologies.

DISA looks to the open market for secure web browsing contract

A contracting notice indicates that the Defense Department is looking to compete the service that protects its systems from web-based attacks.

CGI Federal brings the metaverse to Marine logistics

The company sees this pilot project as having broad implications across areas like defense, law enforcement and disaster recovery.