Companies

CEO hire, other top-level appointments mark busy exec movement week

We saw several executive moves across the market this week. Here is a round up of several.

Companies

Leidos joins investors in geoanalytics firm Hawkeye 360

Geoanalytics firm Hawkeye 360 counts many defense companies as investors and has now lined up Leidos, the federal technology market's largest player.

Companies

Cubic appoints new chief exec, former Perspecta CEO to chair board

Less than a year on from being acquired itself, Cubic Corp. brings in both a new CEO and chairman of the defense and transportation company's board of directors.

Companies

Leidos hires new security chief

Leidos' new chief security officer joins the company from his prior role of leading the office of special projects within the Air Force’s Office of Special Investigations.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: New Maximus Federal leader forges the path forward

Maximus Federal President Teresa Weipert shares her strategy and outlook for 2022 with Editor Nick Wakeman as the company leverages its recent acquisitions and technology expertise for customers.

Companies

ECS appoints new business development leader

ECS, the government technology segment of ASGN, brings in a Perspecta executive as senior vice president of business development.

Companies

Amentum hires former SAIC finance chief

Amentum's new chief financial officer joins the company after five years in the same capacity at Science Applications International Corp.

Companies

Raytheon hires Boeing vet, promotes another exec from within

Raytheon’s intelligence and space segment adds a Boeing veteran to the leadership team and promotes another executive to lead a small satellite maker acquired in late 2020.

Contracts

Leidos fighting for second chance at $4.5B NGA cloud contract

Leidos has filed a protest to challenge General Dynamics IT's win of a $4.5 billion cloud services contract with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Contracts

Peraton can claim $343M TSA IT recompete win

Peraton scores a $343 million task order recompete win for enterprise IT services to the Transportation Security Administration.

Companies

L3Harris realigns business segments

L3Harris Technologies reduces its number business segments after a portfolio shaping process that began after the company’s creation in 2019.

Companies

ManTech acquires data engineering company

ManTech starts the new year with news that it has purchased a provider of data engineering services to intelligence agencies.

Contracts

Northrop wins $1.4B Army missile defense contract

Northrop Grumman wins a head-to-head showdown for a $1.4 billion integrated missile defense system production program intended as a cornerstone for the future joint force network construct.

Contracts

AT&T wins $300M DISA telephony award

AT&T wins a $300 million contract for telephony and trunking services across both of the Americas regions for the next 10 years.

Contracts

Accenture takes on PTO development work

Under an $87 million task order, Accenture Federal Services will work with the Patent and Trademark Office on improving how people file and register for trademarks.

Podcasts

PROJECT 38: Our pick of the episodes worth a second listen

We produced nearly 50 episodes of our podcast in 2021. Here is a sampling of those that will offer insights and lessons of equal value in 2022 as they were when first released.

Contracts

Northrop wants L3Harris kicked out of $500M jammer competition

Northrop Grumman has asked the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to ban L3Harris from a $500 million competition to build the next-generation jammer for the Navy's EA-18 Growler aircraft.

Opinion

GAO: Navy should disqualify Booz Allen from $400M Navy win

Two former Navy officials helped shape Booz Allen Hamilton's winning bid for a nearly $400 million Navy task order, but the Government Accountability Office agrees with incumbent Serco Inc. that the winner had an unfair advantage.

Contracts

Insight scores early victory in $2.5B fight versus Dell

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has sided with Insight Public Sector and has given the Navy 45 days to investigate claims that Dell used inside information to undermine the former's bid for a $2.5 billion Microsoft product license contract.

Opinion

Why milCloud's end hurts DISA and General Dynamics IT

General Dynamics IT will lose a prestigious program when its contract to run the milCloud 2.0 service ends in the spring, but the Defense Information Systems Agency also faces potential risks as the new multiple-cloud contract to replace JEDI advances.

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