General Dynamics and its now-acquired CSRA business will divest a systems engineering and acquisition support services business in order to mitigate any potential organizational conflicts-of-interest.
The General Services Administration has opened its potential 10-year, $5 billion “VETS 2” IT services contract for business and is ready to accept task orders on the vehicle, GSA has confirmed to Washington Technology.
After several years of divestitures and portfolio reshapings by defense contractors, three large primes have kept their IT and government services businesses, choosing to reposition and differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace.
The Department of Defense spent $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2017 on cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence technologies, according to a recent Govini report.
The Pentagon has released its long-anticipated report detailing plans to restructure the organizations that manage acquisition and technology research for the Department of Defense.
The Navy plans to recompete its Next-Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) contract to save money, speed IT modernization and combine domestic and international data networks.
Although IT and telecom services fared better than other spending categories, research spending by industry partners has overtaken government R&D spending
An equity firm will merge three Pentagon contractors and position the new entity between prime contractors and ‘niche players’.
A formal request for proposal has now been finished by DISA, paving the way for massive IT upgrades
As large weapon programs enter production or are cancelled, R&D has declined and contracts are going to smaller vendors, a budget analysis finds.