U.S. Transportation Command has re-awarded the potential $7.2B Global Household Goods Contract to American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group after the Government Accountability Office denied a protest of the contract award and Transcom completed its assessment.
Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Perspecta as well as a six-time Wash100 Award recipient, has been appointed chairman of the company’s board of directors effective Aug. 5, Perspecta announced on Wednesday. He will succeed Mike Lawrie, Perspecta’s chairman since the company’s launch in 2018, who announced on Wednesday that …Read More »
The Government Accountability Office assessed the Department of Defense’s 121 major defense acquisition programs, information technology procurement and middle-tier acquisition initiatives worth $1.86T combined and found that DoD did not implement certain measures to achieve its goal of accelerating the delivery of capabilities despite adopting a streamlined approach to acquisition.Read More »
EM’s Weekly Roundup: Wash100 Voting Extended Until June 1st; Sue Gordon Joins CACI Board of Directors; Leidos Restarts Work for Air Force; Army Modernization Efforts Update; POC to Host CMMC Forum on June 24th; Soraya Correa Unveils COVID-19 Response Efforts; Sen. Mark Warner Talks CARES Act and Weekly Top 10 Stories
Gina Haspel, Juliane Gallina, Gen. Paul Nakasone, Teresa Carlson, Hon. Ellen Lord Climb Wash100 Popular Vote Rankings; Wash100 Voting Extended Until June 1st. Because of the limitations created by the COVID-19 situation, Executive Mosaic has extended the Wash100 Popular Vote this year until June 1st to give the government contracting …Read More »
The US economy has been stricken by Coronavirus. Last week, a record 6.6m Americans filed for unemployment benefits. The government has responded to the crisis with a $2 trillion package, which includes $300 billion in direct payments to citizens. That’s commendable. But while Washington’s intentions are good, there’s a strong possibility that those who most need that money won’t receive it quickly enough ̶ and worse, that billions of those dollars will actually end up in misdirected payments to fraudsters.Read More »