TSA will debut its agile tech solicitation next month

The agency plans to use a multiple-award blanket purchase agreement for mobile applications and microservices, as well as software-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service operations.

acquisition news

Microsoft could score billions under recent DOD deals

by Billy Mitchell • 4 days ago

It's no secret that the DOD likes Windows 10. One software contract is worth up to $3.17 billion, and another enterprise services deal could bring Microsoft $1.76 billion.

GSA debuts new mobile solutions contract

by Carten Cordell • 4 days ago

GSA's current mobile contract is set to expire in November.

Company protests its way onto $7.5B DISA IT engineering contract

by Billy Mitchell • 4 days ago

Solers Inc. was one of four companies that protested the DISA contract but the only to receive a spot on the contract.

Trump nominates new chief of federal procurement policy

by Billy Mitchell • 5 days ago

Michael Wooten is the president's pick to lead the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. He most recently was a procurement adviser at the Department of Education.

DOD clarifies security requirements to compete for $8B back-office cloud

by Billy Mitchell • 5 days ago

There's good news for potential DEOS cloud vendors who don't yet meet the military's level 6 security requirements.

GSA and NGA award contracts for ‘earth observation’ technologies

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 6 days ago

Eleven companies are now part of this relatively new contracting category.

Can you help Social Security manage its multi-cloud environment?

by Billy Mitchell • 1 week ago

SSA "requires a suite of COTS tools, including implementation and integration support, for the enhanced automated management of its diverse cloud hosting environments."

To help replace the CAC card, Pentagon enlists AI startup

by Billy Mitchell • 2 weeks ago

TWOSENSE.AI announced a $2.42 million OTA contract to work with the Defense Information Systems Agency on "invisible continuous multi-factor authentication" for the military.

VA software shuffle could delay national rollout of patient scheduling

by Billy Mitchell • 2 weeks ago

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.

Shutdown sets back $5 billion Justice IT contract launch

by Billy Mitchell • 2 weeks ago

Due to the 35-day partial shutdown, the bureau will have to delay the highly anticipated ITSSS recompete.

TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditGoogle Gmail