Companies

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.

Podcasts

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.

Companies

What is ManTech saying with its leadership changes?

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

Contracts

Peraton renews protests of Leidos' SSA wins

At least $500 million in Social Security IT work is at stake here.

Contracts

Air Force to rethink $5.7B enterprise IT award to CACI

The service will look at conflict-of-interest allegations and how it evaluated proposals for this portion of its Enterprise IT as a Service effort.

Contracts

General Dynamics extends VA service desk work

The company confirms its win of a $110 million contract that includes automation and knowledge management technology.

Companies

Leidos names retired vice admiral to lead maritime group

That business includes naval engineering, autonomous underwater vehicles and advanced sensors.

Contracts

Boeing's $5B missile defense win hit by conflict-of-interest allegations

One protestor is arguing that an industry teammate of Boeing had previously overseen work on the ground-based defense system.

Contracts

DISA plans further updates to DEOS support notice

The Defense Information Systems Agency is also giving companies more time to submit comments regarding a request for information.

Companies

Jacobs sets course with CEO succession plan

Steve Demetriou's seven-year tenure as chief executive is marked by transformation involving the engineering giant's federal business.

Contracts

DISA looks for help to manage DEOS program

The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking program management and other support for the massive cloud-based collaboration tool effort.

Companies

Booz Allen details finance chief transition

Stepping into the CFO role is the executive in charge of Booz Allen's program for mergers and acquisitions.

Contracts

Treasury moves ahead on $500M investigative support pact

Awardees on this blanket purchase agreement will provide analytics and other technology-related services to the department's Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.

Contracts

Protests hit CACI's $5.7B Air Force win

Every other company that bid on the enterprise IT services contract wants at least a second chance at it.

Opinion

Mental health is a workplace issue and fundamental to national security

Amy Gilliland, president of General Dynamics IT, explains why government leaders need to pay attention to the mental health of their employees and break the stigma too often attached to mental health issues.

Contracts

Verizon ends protest of $1.5B DISA telecom award

The Defense Information Systems Agency can now move ahead on the contract to manage telecommunications infrastructure for the Indo-Pacific Command.

Companies

ManTech near closure on its $4B sale to Carlyle

Stockholder votes have been taken and substantially all said "Yes" to the transaction.

Contracts

GDIT continues legacy with U.S. courts support

Under a new $298 million contract, General Dynamics IT will continue work it picked up through the CSRA acquisition in 2018.

Companies

SAIC holding to optimism after flat quarter

Company leaders expect a return to organic growth in the second half of its fiscal year on wins for cloud migration and command-and-control work.

Companies

BAE's US arm appoints familiar face as finance leader

This is Guy Montminy's second stint as SVP of finance during his three-decade career with company.

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