Contracts

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.

Top 100

Insider Exclusive: Stu Shea breaks down Peraton's plan

The CEO of Company No. 9 on our 2023 Top 100 talks strategy, opportunities and challenges ahead in today's market.

Top 100

Top 100 Q&A: Stu Shea and the future of Peraton

This edited transcript contains part of our interview with Peraton's CEO at our Top 100 Big Breakdown event, where he described how the company has changed and what will determine its future.

Contracts

Peraton wins $1B Interior cloud brokerage contract

The scope of work involves acquiring and managing storage, application and other services across multiple hosting providers.

Podcasts

WT 360's Info Session dissects the 2023 Top 100

Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman is all done crunching through the numbers for the 2023 Top 100 rankings. Now it's time for him to talk with WT cohort Ross Wilkers about the 30th annual list of the largest federal technology and services contractors in a more directional manner.

Contracts

Army awards 12 seats on $450M modernization vehicle

Awardees will work on enabling and accelerating the branch's idea of overmatch for gaining overwhelming advantages over adversaries.

Opinion

Come celebrate the 2023 Top 100 at the Big Breakdown

Don't miss our Top 100 event on June 6, where we will unveil the 2023 rankings of the market's largest contractors and hear from the CEO of one of them.

Opinion

How the Air Force stuck with CACI for $5.7B IT contract

The company hired three former Air Force officials as part of its pursuit, but a conflict-of-interest investigation indicated that none of them brought insider information with them.

Companies

ManTech hits $4.5B classified contract with another protest

This is challenge number three from ManTech over the Special Access Program Security Support Services program.

Contracts

CACI clears protest hurdle to claim $5.7B Air Force IT contract

After two rounds of challenges from Peraton, CACI International wins a favorable protest ruling that means the company can book the largest award in its six-decade history.

Contracts

Peraton keeps up fight for $5.7B Air Force enterprise IT contract

This protest battle is in its final weeks as Peraton continues to raise new challenges over the award.

Companies

How Peraton sees the world of enterprise IT contracts

The company's focus is on instutionalizing how it wins multi-billion dollar opportunities, Peraton's leader has told the investment community.

Contracts

Accenture drops out of battle for $5.7B Air Force contract

One protest remains active for this enterprise IT contract that looks like it will go all the way to a decision.

Opinion

CACI again wins $5.7B Air Force contract, but new protests follow

The service branch is trying to award its enterprise IT-as-a-service contract for a second time.

Opinion

Lack of differentiation turns Army task order into a price shootout

Neither bidder's technical proposal stood out for the Army as the branch competed a data center contract.

Companies

Navy awards $4B shipboard network production contract

The program known as CANES enters increment two of full production to consolidate the networks.

Contracts

Incumbents win parallel $2.25B background investigation support recompetes

The Defense Department agency responsible for background investigations is moving to a new case processing system as part of the larger "Trusted Workforce 2.0" push.

Contracts

GSA takes second look at $129M task order

The General Services Administration will look for ambiguities in the solicitation for software development and modernization work.

Companies

Missing details grounded CACI's TSA bid

Like the incumbents before it, CACI failed to hang onto to this $343 million IT infrastructure contract and a newly-released bid protest decision explains why.

Contracts

Tradition continues: incumbent loses TSA IT infrastructure contract

The Transportation Security Agency has always chosen someone new in each recompete of the work.