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Raft, a Virginia-based full stack digital consulting firm, has secured a Small Business Innovation Research Phase III contract to centralize the Department of the Air Force’s enterprise data architecture. The company said Friday it will develop a Data Fabric prototype that uses event streaming architecture and other integrated capabilities to serve as a global source […] More
NASA has selected eight companies to provide audit services under indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts worth a combined $55 million throughout a potential six-year period. NASA said Saturday the contractors will offer accounting and financial advice to help officials from agency centers in negotiating, awarding, administrating, re-pricing and settling contracts. Each company will perform work during a one-year […] More
The Department of Defense plans to award TrussWorks a potential $14.8 million sole-source contract for a system designed to detect insider threats in support of the Defense Digital Service. The follow-on contract will continue existing work on the System for Automated Background Evaluation and Review, which has been renamed to the System for Insider Threat […] More
The Defense Logistics Agency intends to procure from Raytheon Technologies engineering services and other technical requirements needed to support the Patriot weapon system program efforts in the U.S. and international locations. According to its presolicitation notice posted Friday on SAM.gov, the anticipated sole-source action onto Raytheon’s current indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which has an $8 billion ceiling […] More
The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded Dewberry a potential five-year, $850 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to procure a wide range of products and services in support of the agency’s geospatial activities. The company said Friday it will perform airborne lidar, interferometric synthetic aperture radar, geophysical surveys, elevation-derived hydrography and other support services required by USGS’ National […] More
Timothy McBride, a former senior vice president at Raytheon Technologies, will become president of ST Engineering‘s U.S. business arm focused on providing aerospace, electronics, marine and transportation services across government and commercial markets. ST Engineering said Monday McBride’s appointment as ST Engineering North America‘s president will take effect Nov. 1 and he will be responsible […] More
Guidehouse has completed its acquisition of Dovel Technologies and the combined enterprise is projected to generate over $2 billion in annual revenue as Dovel expands Guidehouse’s government and commercial service offerings. The Veritas Capital portfolio company said Monday it will add more than 1,900 individuals to its combined employee base as part of the acquisition, which […] More
Bill Downer, vice president of National Programs for Seagate Government Solutions and a key member of Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Expert program, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to explore the company’s recent fourth-quarter performance, the development of storage device capabilities, the challenges of data security and protection as well as […] More
What is government contracting The process by which the government enters into contracts with large or small businesses and solutions vendors is known as government contracting. The federal government’s contract with a private or public provider or vendor is governed by the same contract regulations for non-government companies. Federal government contracts are subject to additional […] More
The U.S. Army unveiled its Unified Network Plan that seeks to enable multidomain operations and Peraton is working on network operations capabilities to integrate sensors and data to provide the service better visibility across its planned unified network, Breaking Defense reported Thursday. “There’s no tool that’s going to save the world, so we’re working on […] More
Orbit Fab has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the Space Vehicle Directorate of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory to advance on-orbit refueling technology for the lab’s Spacecraft Technology Division. The company said Wednesday that under the CRADA collaboration, it will share its hardware products, including its Rapidly Attachable Fluid Transfer Interface […] More
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