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DIU Aims to Award Prototype OTAs Through Commercial Solutions Opening ProcessNews

DIU Aims to Award Prototype OTAs Through Commercial Solutions Opening Process

The Defense Innovation Unit is seeking proposals for novel platforms that could help improve mission effectiveness of service members and
Pentagon Looks to Expedite AI Tech Procurement via ‘Commercial Solutions Opening’ ProcedureNews

Pentagon Looks to Expedite AI Tech Procurement via ‘Commercial Solutions Opening’ Procedure

The Pentagon's artificial intelligence hub is using an other transaction agreement-like acquisition mechanism known as “commercial solutions opening” to gain…
Transcom Requests Info on AWS Cloud Support ServicesNews

Transcom Requests Info on AWS Cloud Support Services

The U.S. Transportation Command has released a sources-sought notice for information technology services to support software applications based on Amazon…
GMU GovCon Center: Federal Gov’t Uses Rapid Contracting Approaches for COVID-19 ResponseContract Awards

GMU GovCon Center: Federal Gov’t Uses Rapid Contracting Approaches for COVID-19 Response

A report by George Mason University’s Center for Government Contracting says federal agencies have been using rapid contracting procedures to…
Craig College, Shawn Gundrum, Janice Lambert Take New EVP Roles at CalibreExecutive Moves

Craig College, Shawn Gundrum, Janice Lambert Take New EVP Roles at Calibre

Calibre Systems has promoted three executives to executive vice president roles as part of leadership changes in support of the
Air Force Taps Doss Aviation for $290M Ground,  Flight Training ContractContract Awards

Air Force Taps Doss Aviation for $290M Ground, Flight Training Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Doss Aviation a potential 10-year, $290 million contract to provide ground and flight training for