GovConWire's Government Contracting News 6/18/2021

GSA Announces Initial Cohort of Awardees on $50B 8(a) STARS III GWAC Contract Awards

GSA Announces Initial Cohort of Awardees on $50B 8(a) STARS III GWAC

The General Services Administration has selected 426 small businesses as initial phase awardees on the potential $50 billion 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services III governmentwide contract for information technology services. GSA said Thursday the 8(a) STARS III GWAC focuses on meeting agencies’ needs for artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, blockchain and other emerging
Leidos Subsidiary Awarded $999M Reserve Health Readiness Program III Contract; Liz Porter Quoted Contract Awards

Leidos Subsidiary Awarded $999M Reserve Health Readiness Program III Contract; Liz Porter Quoted

A Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) subsidiary will deliver commercial health services to U.S. military reservists under a potential five-year, $999 million contract with Army Contracting Command. QTC Medical Services will provide in-clinic and group event medical, information technology infrastructure, customer service, security and laboratory support services under the Reserve Health Readiness Program III contract, Leidos said
Parsons-Mobius JV Wins $567M Contract for MDA Test Services Contract Awards

Parsons-Mobius JV Wins $567M Contract for MDA Test Services

A joint venture between Parsons (NYSE: PSN) and Mobius will provide testing support to the Missile Defense Agency under a potential six-year, $566.67 million contract. Mobius Parsons Solutions beat out another proposer for the cost-plus-fixed-fee, level-of-effort contract via a competitive acquisition process on the SAM website, the Department of Defense said Wednesday. The agency is
In Case You Missed: GovCon Wire Events Hosts Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum; Featuring Dr. Raj Iyer as Keynote Speaker Events

In Case You Missed: GovCon Wire Events Hosts Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum; Featuring Dr. Raj Iyer as Keynote Speaker

GovCon Wire Events, the leading membership organization dedicated to connecting and empowering executives within the government contracting (GovCon) community, hosted its Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum on Thursday, June 17th. If you missed the Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum, you can still access the OnDemand footage by visiting the GovCon Wire Events Archive.
Novetta’s Kevin Heald Moderates Expert Panel During GovCon Wire Events’ Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum Events

Novetta’s Kevin Heald Moderates Expert Panel During GovCon Wire Events’ Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum

GovCon Wire Events hosted its Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum on Thursday featuring an opening keynote address from Raj Iyer, chief information officer with the U.S. Army and 2021 Wash100 Award recipient, discussing innovative initiatives and concepts that will strengthen the Army’s warfighting ability. If you missed the Army: IT Management and Transformation Forum,
Chris Inglis Unanimously Confirmed as National Cyber Director Executive Moves

Chris Inglis Unanimously Confirmed as National Cyber Director

The Senate unanimously approved the nomination of Chris Inglis, a 28-year National Security Agency veteran, as the first national cyber director, The Hill reported Thursday. He will be responsible for coordinating policies to increase the security of federal information systems and will serve as a point of contact between the White House and Congress on
B&A Named Among The Washington Post’s 2021 Top Washington-Area Workplaces News

B&A Named Among The Washington Post’s 2021 Top Washington-Area Workplaces

B&A was recognized as one of 2021 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area, a ranking released by The Washington Post that is based on a scientific survey of employees who rate their workplace culture. The news organization collaborated with Energage, its eight-year research partner on the Top Workplaces program, to gauge employees’ take on
CACI to Continue Army Cybersecurity Support Under $82M Contract; John Mengucci Quoted Contract Awards

CACI to Continue Army Cybersecurity Support Under $82M Contract; John Mengucci Quoted

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has secured a potential $82 million contract to help the U.S. Army secure electronic countermeasures and explosive ordnance disposal systems. Under the four-year contract, the company will develop cybersecurity platforms for the Army’s EOD ECM systems and provide vulnerability inspection support services to the branch, CACI said Thursday. The information technology
Saab Wins Potential $128M Contract to Provide USMC Live Training Systems Contract Awards

Saab Wins Potential $128M Contract to Provide USMC Live Training Systems

Saab Inc., the Swedish aerospace and defense contractor’s U.S. subsidiary, has won a potential $127.9 million contract to provide instrumentation systems to the U.S. Marine Corps for tactical engagement training use. The company said Thursday it will replace the military branch’s instrumented and tactical engagement simulation system with live training equipment under the Force on
ManTech to Support DOD’s Irregular Warfare Mission Under $61M Contract; Andrew Twomey Quoted Contract Awards

ManTech to Support DOD’s Irregular Warfare Mission Under $61M Contract; Andrew Twomey Quoted

ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has secured a potential five-year, $61 million contract to help the Department of Defense engineer and support systems intended for irregular warfare operations. Work under the contract will include program management, analytical, administrative and operational work for the irregular warfare technical support directorate within DOD, the company said Thursday. Andrew Twomey,
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