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General Dynamics IT to get second shot at $400M VA contract

GDIT successfully argued it was at a disadvantage in how the Veterans Affairs Department evaluated proposals.

Business as usual: Regulators seek more info on L3Harris-Aerojet transaction

The Federal Trade Commission asking L3Harris Technologies "tell us more" about the acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne carries on the norm of lengthy antitrust reviews involving large defense industry transactions.

Northop's board adds pair of finance veterans

Both newly elected members have worked in the role of chief financial officer during their careers.

L3Harris to develop NOAA’s next-gen Earth imager under $765M award

The company will develop the imager to observe and monitor weather, oceans and the atmosphere.

CACI court filing alleges lack of transparency by the Army

CACI International claims it did not have a chance to fully defend itself against conflict-of-interest allegations and otherwise would have stayed eligible for a $7.9 billion Army hardware contract.

Parsons to acquire cyber, software provider for utilities

Infrastructure digitization and modernization opportunities are where the buyer is looking to further position itself.

SAIC faces challenges to $1.3B Treasury cloud win

Two disappointed bidders are protesting the award that consolidates all of the Treasury Department's cloud buying activities.

LMI hires new defense business leader

Jonathan Baba most recently oversaw strategy and analytics programs at Deloitte.

General Dynamics IT takes on NGA geospatial data work

The company will develop tools to help the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in gleaning data from multiple sources.

CACI leans on courts to regain eligibility for $9B in Army contracts

The company claims it was unfairly eliminated from the competitions for an encryption contract and a hardware contract.

As V2X integrates, it puts focus on Indo-Pacific region

The global government services company is eight months into the combination of Vectrus and Vertex and sees opportunities for its new broader capabilities.

CACI's fight for $500M DIA contract is over

CACI International's second protest of the award has been denied and the company has little recourse to continue the argument.

At mobile phone show, Lockheed's CEO makes his pitch for partners

The chief executive of the world's largest defense contractor tells attendees at the world's largest telecommunications conference that their companies have a lot to offer Lockheed Martin.

How far along is ICF in its IT modernization strategy?

The company's chief executive answered that question from investors and pointed to a key booking as another signpost of progress.

Power and radar tech mark the week's blue chip defense venture finds

The venture capital arms of Lockheed Martin and Raytheon Technologies reveal their latest investments in the search for "what's next."

Leidos' incoming CEO brings defense, international background

Leidos' strategy has included a significant hardware and international component, which Thomas Bell brings his own experience to given his career at Boeing and Rolls-Royce.

Retiring Leidos CEO's legacy is defined by not sitting still

Roger Krone's nine years at the helm of Leidos were marked by not just building a diverse portfolio, but also creating a culture that values change and adaptability.