The bid protest decision is the second time in as many weeks that GAO has ruled in favor of the Navy in the recompetition of its massive NGEN contract.
The Government Accountability Office ruled against GDIT in its protest of the $7.7 billion award to Leidos. A separate protest, filed by Perspecta, is due to be settled by next week.
Twenty years after the inception of NMCI, the Navy’s networks still aren’t unified and have a very hard time dealing with cloud services. The COVID-19 pandemic has served as something of a wake-up call to help fix that.
General Dynamics Information Technology, one of the two losing bidders for the largest portion of the NGEN contract, has filed a protest with the Government Accountability Office.
The Reston, Virginia-based firm won the largest portion of the long-awaited NGEN-R contract, valued at up to $7.7 billion.
In today’s Federal Newscast, employees at the Bureau of Land Management’s Washington D.C. headquarters have limited time to decide if they will move out west with the agency or not.
HP’s federal subsidiary won the end-user hardware portion of the follow-on to the Next Generation Enterprise Network contract. The award could be worth up to $1.4 billion.
The Navy’s Program Executive Office-Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions issued the Next Generation Enterprise Network Recompete (NGEN-R) for service management, integration and transport services.
The Navy explained what capabilities are more important for its multibillion dollar IT contract.
Three procurement actions show the Defense Department’s continued push to move data and applications to off premise cloud services.