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.

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.

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.

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.

Special Aerospace Services closes first PE-backed acquisition

Godspeed Capital Management is working to build out SAS as a larger player in space and missile defense.

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.

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.

Missteps doomed LinQuest's bid to keep $166M Space Force contract

The company blamed a time crunch for misunderstanding some of the evaluation notes it received on its recompete bid.

Space Force seeks next-gen satellite monitoring system

The service branch wants to work with civilian and commercial satellite providers to create a space-based global environmental monitoring system.

Is artificial intelligence combat ready?

Serco's machine learning leader Mike Colony explains the potential and challenges of human-machine teaming on the battlefield.

Where DoD IT priorities remain as the second half of fiscal 2024 begins

ImmixGroup market intelligence manager Ryan Nelson breaks down defense IT spending around four key areas: data, cyber, AI and infrastructure.

Space Force's new commercial strategy emphasizes partnerships

The introduction to the document emphasizes the desire for a deeper and more integrated relationship with the industry to confront growing threats in space from near-peer adversaries.

Vibrint, pureLiFi form networking tech partnership

Their collaboration centers around secure light-based connectivity for intelligence agencies that do not use traditional wireless methods inside their secure facilities.


New bill would greatly expand Defense Department quantum efforts

Proposed legislation would establish a quantum advisor and a new center of excellence.

How Groundswell leans on tech partnerships in its wins

At its launch, Groundswell chose a few commercial applications to focus on and cites that approach as helping capture several contracts exceeding $100 million and aiding the pursuit of a $1 billion prize.

Google is now authorized to host classified data in the cloud

The security milestone puts Google in a position to compete for classified business at U.S. defense and intelligence agencies.

Protesters take issue with Air Force's plan to redo $865M award

The Air Force wants to re-evaluate pricing, but the protesters say it doesn't go far enough to fix the problems they see with the communications support contract.