State Department preps potential $8B IT services acquisition

The State Department said previously the new IT acquisition would likely have a ceiling of $4 billion, but new documents showed it has doubled that.

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Army looking for new login and ICAM solution

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The Army needs an 'enterprise-scalable login service' for its regular and National Guard and reserve components.

GSA working to expand scope of $50B Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract

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The agency is updating EIS documentation to standardize wireless services, mobile security and the Internet of Things.

GSA expects to issue Polaris solicitation by Dec. 21

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Proposals from IT contractors will then be due 40 to 60 days after the solicitation is released.

Army looks to increase oversight, centralization of IT spending

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A new strategy published Wednesday creates two councils to scrutinize the service's IT procurement.

Kessel Run signs first agreement implementing new software acquisition policies

by • 3 days ago

The new software acquisition pathway solidifies the software factory's relationship with Air Combat Command.

General Dynamics protests $2.7B DHS cloud contract award

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GDIT has filed a bid protest over the award of a cloud migration services contract to Perspecta.

Former Navy acquisition leader joins robotics company Sarcos

by • 5 days ago

Hondo Geurts also serves on the board of the Silicon Valley Defense Group.

Federal court dismisses bid protest brought against Navy by tech company Squire Solutions

by • 5 days ago

The company had contested a decision not to select its proposal for a prototype voice recognition system.

Navy shifts to enterprise IT services approach

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The Navy's new IT operational model aims to reduce redundancy and increase cybersecurity.

DHS seeks wearable health tech for staff

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The Department of Homeland Security is looking for technology that could flag health concerns ahead of time.

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