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New Jacobs, Amentum creation puts focus on large enterprise contracts

The as-yet-named entity from the merger of Amentum and two of Jacobs' government-facing business units will hit the market with plans to be a global systems integrator.

Protests persist for FBI's long-delayed $5B IT contract

History looks to be repeating itself as the FBI keeps facing protests after each downselect phase and elimination of bidders.

Jacobs, Amentum unveil transaction to form a new public company

Jacobs agrees to merge two of its government-facing business units with Amentum to create this new government services provider.

Booz Allen protest dismissed after T4NG2 award

But the door remains open for the company to raise objections again regarding this $60 billion IT vehicle from the Veterans Affairs Department.

Maximus creates venture group to search for innovation

Company leaders tell investors the fund will make "small bets" on promising startups and pilot projects to test their technologies for usage in health and human services.

Leonardo DRS makes some stock available to buy

The defense company first listed on the public markets in the fall of 2022, but investors now have a window to check out this opportunity.

Jacobs renews its fight to keep $2.8B contract

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

CACI brings in former acting DOD acquisition leader

Tanya Skeen's new role at CACI International will include providing guidance and recommendations on future investments.

General Dynamics wins $2.5B tribal health record modernization contract

The Indian Health Services' care network covers approximately 2.8 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives.

Accenture Federal promotes new human resources chief

Lisa Sherhart will succeed Susann Bresnahan, who is wrapping up a 45-year career at the company.

Maximus divests some international businesses

The transaction shifts about 250 people and $30 million in revenue from employment services to a new home.

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.

Guidehouse to get a more global private equity owner

The consulting firm has been held by one of the government market's most notable private equity owners in Veritas Capital, but the incoming new owner Bain Capital is in a different category of size and reach.

More troubles for GSA's Polaris small business contract

A new protest raises a common complaint others have raised: mentor-protégé joint ventures have an unfair edge in the competition for the IT solutions vehicle.

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.

Parsons increasingly seeks crossover potential in its acquisitions

Parsons details to investors its most recent purchase of a business that focuses on transportation engineering at the state level, but whose work could have meaning at the federal level as well.

Leidos resets both security product outlook and company structure

Now in month number six as Leidos' CEO, Tom Bell gives investors more detail on the company's new set of expectations and assumptions that will shape its North Star vision.