DHA awards $10B military medical research contract

Fifty-six companies will work with the agency to translate findings and innovations into medical practices for combat casualty care.

Leidos can identify inflation as a factor, but quantifying is harder

Companies like Leidos do have some aperture in their contracts to deal with inflation, but only so much.

NGA chooses 5 for $500M services contract

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is being cryptic about the actual work under a $500 million multiple-award contract.

Leidos elevates exec to lead Dynetics

The defense and space technology subsidiary will also get a new deputy group president in this transition, also from within Leidos' ranks.

General Dynamics can now proceed on its $4.5B NGA cloud win

The company had to wait out a protest from its largest competitor Leidos in the latest head-to-head showdown of many between them.

General Dynamics raises objections over $11B DOD IT award

General Dynamics IT is challenging Leidos' win of an $11.5 billion contract to consolidate IT services across all of the Defense Department's administrative and support agencies.

Denied protest offers lessons about hiring former feds

Important questions about hiring former government officials are raised in this lost protest over a $2.5 billion NASA enterprise IT contract, which all parties made reasonable arguments in.

Leidos adds former Army development command leader

Leidos' most recent leadership hire is a three-decade Army veteran who most recently oversaw its command responsible for several initiatives for science, technology and research-and-development initiatives.

Leidos, Guidehouse appoint new human resources chiefs

The pair are the latest government contractors to appoint new chief human resources officers—a sign of the attention companies are paying to talent.

Leidos takes $11B DOD 'Fourth Estate' IT contract

Leidos wins yet another one of the largest defense IT services and systems integration contract opportunities out there with the award of this $11.5 billion program at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Five firms to vie for $250M in Navy aircrew tech supply work

The Navy makes awards on a $250 million contract covering the development of electronic warfare simulation and radar systems for aircrews.

Leidos board adds former deputy defense secretary

The newest member of Leidos' board of directors was formerly the Pentagon's second-highest ranked official and led the development of many strategies involving IT and hardware.

Leidos CEO quantifies the risks they and others face

Leidos sees questions around the budget and contract delays as risks that "need to be retired" out of the contracting ecosystem as the company's growth slows for 2022.

Is stagnation in the GovCon system getting worse?

Delays in all types of procurement activity at federal agencies are nothing new, but some executives say today's stagnation in the system is more pronounced.

Leidos scores another multi-billion dollar takeaway

The Government Accountability Office rejects Science Applications International Corp.'s challenge of a $2.5 billion NASA award to Leidos, who now has yet another large takeaway win on the board.

GSA, industry leaders to share supply chain insights at WT Power Breakfast

Our next Power Breakfast event on Friday will focus on supply chain issues with insights from a leading General Services Administration official and a group of senior executives from notable government contractors.