AWS defends its motion to stop JEDI work during protest
Amazon Web Services filed a motion Wednesday, as expected, for a temporary restraining order against the performance of any substantial work under the JEDI until the company's bid protest is settled.
DHS tests AI for making sense of contractor past-performance data
Vendors are expected to produce a CPARS AI report in their final, phase-one demonstrations.
Survey finds DOD contractors know little about forthcoming cyber standards
A new survey finds few DOD contractors are in-the-know on forthcoming cybersecurity standards, making for a steep learning curve when they go into effect.
CenturyLink wins EIS award with military’s school system
CenturyLink will support modernization of the Department of Defense Education Activity.
Gen. Hyten calls DOD software acquisition a ‘nightmare’ in pitch for requirements reform
Gen. John Hyten said that software acquisitions is a "nightmare" and needs desperate reforms, along with re-shaping how requirements are written.
DOD issues small JEDI task order for tactical-edge prep work
The task order signals that DOD is continuing to move forward with preparatory work so that it can soon fully kick off the development of an enterprise commercial cloud with Microsoft.
GSA CIO: Sweeping app rationalization doesn’t mean IT spend will drop
The agency reduced the number of apps from about 1,800 to 200 in its CRM system alone, but savings will be spent elsewhere, said David Shive.
Department of Interior awards $1.6 billion EIS contract to CenturyLink
The company, one of nine primes on the governmentwide EIS contract, previously secured a task order with NASA.
SAIC survives protest to hold onto $727M Air Force cloud contract
SAIC can start serving the Cloud One program now that the GAO denied a protest from incumbent Leidos.
GSA clarifies requirements for commercial e-marketplace contract awards
The agency isn't looking to develop a new platform and gave offerors room to exclude specified technical data from government use.