Financial and operational leadership appointments in the market

A pair of companies backed by two of the federal market's most active private investors plus a third global government services provider make moves in their c-suite.

Peraton books $1B Interior cloud contract

The window for protests has closed, which frees Peraton to take on its role as the department's new enterprise cloud integrator and broker.

SAIC's OCI claims rejected in $193M Army competition

Peraton is now poised to take over the work on developing survivability systems for Army aircraft.

Peraton challenges $1B award to Deloitte

The program covers global enterprise IT support to the Defense Manpower Data Center.

How and why Jacobs lost a $2.8B incumbent contract

A newly-released bid protest decision describes one significant mistake by Jacobs, but also includes allegations of information being shared because the business unit involved is part of a complex merger.

Jacobs loses fight to keep $2.8B Special Operations IT contract

All of the incumbent's claims were rejected and that clears the way for the transition to a new prime.

SAIC levels OCI claim in fight for $193M Army award

Science Applications International Corp. is claiming that Peraton has an organizational conflict-of-interest that should mean disqualification from the competition.

Peraton hires former DXC CFO as new finance chief

The retiring John Kavanaugh has worked in the CFO role since Perspecta joined the fold of Peraton in 2021.

DHS previews timeline for SETA vehicle recompete

This will be the fourth iteration of a go-to contract for the Homeland Security Department to acquire industry support for its science and technology team.

Jacobs renews its fight to keep $2.8B contract

Special Operations Command chose Peraton for IT systems and infrastructure support work over the incumbent.

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.

Growth and procurement leadership moves across the market

Also this week: a former Army chief of staff joins the board of directors at an emerging small unmanned aerial vehicle maker.

Peraton fights rejection from Special Operations Command contract

The company objects to its elimination from a competition to deliver media messages as part of SOCOM's information operations.

ManTech drops another protest involving $4.5B Air Force intelligence contract

ManTech is one of three winners for the Special Access Program Security Support Services program, but has still filed a trio of protests challenging the labor rates of a competitor.

Interior to re-evaluate $1B cloud contract bids

Peraton could still win the competition again, but the Interior Department in the meantime is moving to address complaints raised by two protestors.

Protests circle around $1B Interior cloud award

A pair of competitors are taking issue with the Interior Department's choice of Peraton for the Cloud Hosting Solutions III contract, which is the latest example of how intense these cloud competitions are.