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ManTech founder George Pedersen dies at 87

The industry legend and pioneer led ManTech for five decades.

CACI can now book its $2.4B NSA win

With the last remaining protest denied, CACI can move ahead on this intelligence and cybersecurity contract called FocusedFox that is now in the win column.

CEO retirements signal growing market maturity

A grouping of recent CEO retirements came with no drama and are a sign of stability in the market. Just don't think of it as boring.

SAIC announces CEO succession as Keene plans October retirement

Former CGI Federal and Microsoft executive Toni Townes-Whitley joins the company as CEO-elect on June 12 and will take the reins after Nazzic Keene retires Oct. 1.

IRS adds more primes to resolve protests

The IRS faced a pair of protests but to move forward with a set of BPAs for modernization services, the agency added the protesters to the contract.

GDIT launches tech strategy focused on 'accelerators'

The company is investing in its labs, employees and partnerships as it focuses on technologies such as zero trust, automation, cloud, software, 5G and artificial intelligence.

How partnerships drive the autonomy strategy for L3Harris

The president of L3Harris' integrated mission systems segment tells us about his company's collaboration with and how that feeds into a larger push toward something new.

CACI falls short in fight for $774M encryption contract

A federal appeals court agreed with part of CACI International's protest, but in the end that wasn't enough to let the company back in the competition to build encryption devices for the Army.

GDIT expands work with NY student aid agency

This new $78 million contract covers work to modernize the state of New York's student financial aid system.

WT 360: Our snap reax to Jacobs' spinoff plan

Washington Technology's Ross Wilkers and Nick Wakeman offer up their first impressions of Jacobs' plan to create a new $4.4 billion-annual revenue government services company.

Jacobs plans spinoff of government services business

The federal market is poised to get a new independent, publicly traded company thanks to Jacobs' decision to spin out the bulk of its $4.4 billion government services business.

General Dynamics IT wins $137M Air Force tech refresh contract

The Special Warfare Assault Kit is a system-of-systems for helping special operators carry out specific missions.

FBI to rethink BPA program following protests

A "clarification" from the agency on the solicitation means the eliminated bidders are back into the competition.

Labor rates sunk Leidos' bid for $2.4B NSA contract

A decision on Booz Allen Hamilton's protest is still pending, but the Government Accountability Office's ruling on Leidos' protest gives a first peek inside the National Security Agency's evaluation.

Parsons is both cryptic and revealing about a $1.2B win

How did the company win this award and what is it for? Parsons gave the picture but not the color.

Booz Allen invests in 'responsible' AI company

The government technology company's ventures arm backs a startup who designs its artificial intelligence platform to enable compliance, transparency and auditability.

Leidos' Krone credits people for the company's growth

In his last interview before retirement, Roger Krone reflects on the company's early struggles and what "put the bounce back in our step."