Leidos wins $445M contract to support Air Force’s headquarters IT
The company will provide "a full range of classified and unclassified information technology services in the National Capital Region ... to include Joint Base Andrews, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and the Pentagon."
Money spent through OTAs surges to more than $4 billion
The iterative contracting method is popular, and it shows.
Perspecta protests NASA’s $2.9B IT award
The provider for NASA’s expiring IT services contract has protested the $2.9 billion deal seeking to replace it.
Pentagon’s WMD arm taps 5 companies for $535M IT contract
The agency divided its IT service design contract among five contractors, including some of the biggest players in government technology.
GSA and NGA award contracts for ‘earth observation’ technologies
Eleven companies are now part of this relatively new contracting category.
NASA awards $2.9B IT services contract to Leidos
Under the contract, dubbed NEST, Leidos will provide, manage and secure NASA's IT services with a focus on end-user computing, software, mobile services and any associated infrastructure.
VA software shuffle could delay national rollout of patient scheduling
Despite a successful pilot to replace the system at the center of the department's 2014 scheduling scandal, VA will now pivot to adopt different software, delaying the nationwide rollout potentially by years.
Cerner taps 24 subcontractors to support $10B Veterans EHR modernization
The team will be built around seven "core team" companies: Leidos, Guidehouse, Accenture, Henry Schein Inc., AbleVets LLC, MicroHealth and ProSource360.
Social Security’s legacy software will be ‘substantially gone’ by 2022, CIO says
CIO Rajive Mathur said SSA will make significant progress in modernizing its IT systems as part of its five-year plan, but some legacy systems may remain.