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Maximus builds on COVID-related CDC work

A new $100 million contract will allow the company to build an earlier contract managing the contact center that distributed information on the COVID-19 vaccine.

Tradition continues: incumbent loses TSA IT infrastructure contract

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

ICF gets second shot at $50M Justice task order

The department will re-evaluate bids for the work to support crime victim services.

HII sees its roots shaping its future too

The company's origin story as a military shipbuilder will continue even with its pivot to more tech-focused opportunities, HII's chief executive tells investors.

Air travel rebound presents a growth opportunity for Leidos

Leidos spent $1 billion to buy an aviation screening business over two years ago and as COVID worries wane, airports are busy again to give the company a chance to make good on the investment.

Bid protest ruling clears $2.3B background investigation contract to move forward

Awards should be imminent from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.

Workforce dynamics remain paramount across the government market

Booz Allen Hamilton and L3Harris Technologies talk about talent trends and strategies with their investors.

Companies have no control over inflation, so how do they get through it?

Investors got some answers to that big-picture question from CACI International and Northrop Grumman.

General Dynamics seeks second shot at FDA research work

The Food and Drug Administration chose another company for this $95 million award.

PROJECT 38: New ManTech CEO shares his vision and keys for growth

ManTech CEO Matt Tait says their new owners in the Carlyle Group have told them this: ManTech needs to be ManTech to succeed in today's market. He tells editor Nick Wakeman what that means in this episode.

Air Force to rethink $12B nuclear weapon support award

The service branch receives recommendations on how it should do the re-evaluation for this 12-year contract.

Lockheed sketches out a partial outlook along with the complications

The world's largest defense company believes it knows when growth will return even while facing several unknowns.

Cherokee Federal names new operating chief

The two-decade industry veteran's career includes senior roles at PAE, Lockheed Martin and General Electric.

VA adds 6 months to health record deployment pause

The delay is designed to give the Department of Veterans Affairs and Cerner Oracle more time to iron out serious performance issues in the multibillion dollar software upgrade.

L3Harris' strategy and branding all about changing the status quo

CEO Chris Kubasik sits down with us to discuss L3Harris' identity as the defense market's "Trusted Disruptor," plus all the recent activity to push further on that identity.

PROJECT 38: How the metaverse is already here with more to come

The metaverse is changing how agencies operate and how contractors deliver solutions. To hear Chris Copeland and Kyle Michl of Accenture Federal Services explain things to our Editor Nick Wakeman, the concept is more than a buzzword.

What is ManTech saying with its leadership changes?

The now-private company now has both a new CEO and board of directors in place.