SAIC lands $319M Kessel Run program to improve Air Force C2 systems

The Falconer Air Operations Center Weapon System Sustainment contract lets SAIC leverage its cloud and command-and-control expertise and expand its footprint with the Air Force.

Air Force chooses 7 for $762M data platform support contract

The "Vault" platform houses cloud-based tools for Air Force personnel to connect with each other.

FAA picks 11 for $2.3B systems engineering vehicle

This procurement called "SETIS" is both a follow-on from and consolidation of requirements from a set of prior contracts.

SAIC reports organic growth for sixth consecutive quarter

That start to Science Applications International Corp.'s 2023 fiscal year comes amid the loss of a large contract.

NASA adds more time for $700M competition

Industry has several more days to put in their bids for NASA's Omnibus Multidisciplinary Engineering Services contract.

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.

Deloitte, SAIC clash over $900M defense network contract

Deloitte is claiming the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency evaluated bids improperly.

Space Force backs off $700M engineering support award

The decision to re-evaluate bids comes just as bid protest rulings were due.

Parsons get second chance at $320M Air Force cloud competition

What Parsons said in a protest has led the Air Force to take another look at proposals for an application migration award.

NASA preps final solicitation for $700M engineering contract

Bidding is expected to start next month for a $700 million NASA engineering services contract supporting a wide range of space flight programs.

SAIC says it's big enough for any competition

Even at $7.4 billion in annual revenue, Science Applications International Corp. faces investors' questions of whether it is big enough to compete for large enterprise IT contracts.

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 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.

Space Force will have to defend $700M award

Space Force must now further explain why it picked Booz Allen Hamilton over both the incumbent and another challenger for a $678 million contract to support remote sensing efforts.

SAIC touts space and intell award activity

Science Applications International Corp. is only saying so much about how its space and intelligence business given the nature of that work, but has some data to share on how things are going there.

Newbie SAIC captures top 20 spot

Science Applications International Corp. comes through its spinoff with a top 20 spot as it continues to put itself in a position for growth.

SAIC nabs $35M Navy training contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won a $35 million contract to provide training services to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific.