NGEN-R is a follow-on to the five-year, $3.5 billion contract maintaining and modernizing the Navy’s IT networks. Some of the biggest names in federal contracting are vying for it.
It underscores the challenges companies face when they find their brands ensnared in Trump-related controversy, if not outright personal ire.
The General Services Administration has won a protest battle in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims over the Alliant 2 Unrestricted contract vehicle and can move ahead with the massive IT services program.
So-called other transaction authorities, or OTAs, are seen as a way to accelerate the Pentagon’s slow and complex buying process. But are they ripe for abuse?
General Dynamics’ first-quarter financials, which it shared Wednesday, will be the last time it reports results for its Information Systems & Technology business segment, and the numbers underscore why the blockbuster $9.7 billion deal to buy CSRA Inc. is so key for the Falls Church defense contractor.
“We believe that applying strict assessment criteria in selecting our business pursuits is critical to long-term, sustained performance,” COO Kathy Warden says during the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
The already accelerated pace of 2017 continued through the first three months of the year. Are we on pace for a record-setting 2018?
Now the closely watched draft solicitation of the 10-year, multibillion-dollar Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) commercial cloud contract races toward its next deadline.
After the deal to buy CSRA Inc. is in the books, assuming it happens, there will be a new top dog in the federal technology services market, by one measure at least.
The program helps small businesses grow and transition faster to priming contracts, at a time when a “stasis-is-death” ethos is driving ongoing consolidation in the market.