NSA to reconsider $2.4B analyst contract after protests from Booz Allen and Leidos

The National Security Agency will rethink a $2.4 billion contract it awarded to CACI International following protests by Booz Allen Hamilton and Leidos.

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GSA CIO says move to cloud has achieved 300% decrease in time-to-value on tech projects

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Velocity of service and increase in project end-quality are two other factors driving adoption of the technology, according to David Shive.

DHS extends proposal deadline for $10B FirstSource III solicitation following changes

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The solicitation for IT value-added resellers and software producers was hit with eight preemptive protests.

Leidos hit with DOJ subpoenas as part of antitrust, fraud probes

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The federal contractor disclosed details of the two investigations in third quarter company filings.

Interior Department launches cloud solicitation with up to $1B ceiling

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CHS III will replace Interior’s Foundation Cloud Hosting Services contract, which expires next year.

NARA awards $65.7M contract for continued improvement of electronic records system

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Digital services firm Fearless will will maintain and improve NARA's suite of Electronic Records Archives 2.0 applications.

Palantir reports 26% rise in government revenue at Q3

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CEO Alex Karp noted that $987 million of the $1.3 billion in government contracts signed during the period were with the U.S. government.

Federal judge denies second attempt from DOJ to obtain interim injunction in Booz Allen-EverWatch case

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The request to stop the transaction from being finalized was filed on Oct. 14 and subsequently dismissed.

GAO reports 12% drop in protests filed during 2022 fiscal year

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The office received a total of 1,658 cases, down from 1,897 filed during the prior year.

IRS deputy procurement chief says $7.5M ceiling for contracts awarded as part of pilot could rise

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The IRS' pilot, phased-funding program has been successful in deploying innovative tools solving agency problems, and leaders hope to expand it.

Pinpointing critical software key to supply chain security, says Federal Acquisition Service leader

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Sonny Hashmi calls for work to identify critical software components across federal networks to help mitigate supply chain risks.

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