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Mitre's board adds intelligence community veteran Sue Gordon

The former principal deputy director of national intelligence joins nonprofit research-and-development firm's board.

Former Army development command leader joins Leidos

Leidos' most recent leadership hire is a three-decade Army veteran who most recently oversaw its command responsible for several initiatives for science, technology and research-and-development initiatives.

Leidos takes $11B DOD 'Fourth Estate' IT contract

Leidos wins yet another one of the largest defense IT services and systems integration contract opportunities out there with the award of this $11.5 billion program at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

DISA greenlights GDIT for identity management production

This new $162 million agreement means General Dynamics IT will bring its identity, credential and access management solution into production to secure access to Defense Department applications.

AT&T takes second piece of DISA telephony services program

AT&T can claim victories in both major pieces of a Defense Information Systems Agency program for broad telephony services across the U.S. military’s various combatant command regions.

Analysis: The side effects of the 'valley of death'

The "valley of death" problem is real when it comes to government acquisition and technology deployment, so the dialogue on that problem is endless. But when nine out of 10 startups with potentially promising technology fail to cross their own valley, more attention is needed there too.

Coast Guard picks AT&T as primary telecom provider

The Coast Guard chooses AT&T to consolidate several data communications networks into a single environment under a $161 million task order.

Inside Raytheon's four-year blueprint for growth

Portfolio transformation efforts are largely in the rear-view mirror for Raytheon Technologies, which is now turning toward what the defense giant is calling "operational transformation" of its internal muscle and external pursuits of defense and government business.

DISA delays $11.7B IT 'Enclave' contract

The Defense Information Systems Agency wants more time to get its multi-billion dollar IT services contract ready.

NDIA appoints Punaro board chair

The National Defense Industrial Association, one of three main trade groups representing government contractors, has appointed a familiar face to chair its board of directors.

NDIA appoints Punaro board chair

The National Defense Industrial Association, one of three main trade groups representing government contractors, has appointed a familiar face to chair its board of directors.

Perspecta takes NGEN protest to court

Perspecta is going to the judicial arena in the company's fight for at least another opportunity to try and keep its large NGEN network services contract with the Navy.

DOD names contractors as part of nation's critical infrastructure

DOD acquisition chief Ellen Lord has declared that contractors in the defense industrial base are part of the nation's critical infrastructure sector and can continue to report to work during the pandemic.

AWS seeks Trump deposition in JEDI fight

Amazon Web Services is going right to the top in its protest of the JEDI cloud infrastructure contract awarded to Microsoft by asking for deposition of President Trump and several high level DOD officials.

JEDI legal fights plays out in two courts

Not one, but two ongoing legal battles over the Defense Department's JEDI cloud infrastructure contract have advanced with many global tech giants in the thick of it.

Lockheed's board adds former joint chiefs chair

Lockheed Martin's board of directors elects a new member in Joseph Dunford, the most recent Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman.

Navy awards $57 million to upgrade training program

General Dynamics' IT division has won a $57 million Navy task order training curriculum under the Sailor 2025 Ready Relevant Learning program.