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Science Applications International Corp. has received a potential seven-year, $494 million recompete contract to provide safety and mission assurance support services at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston and White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico. The Safety and Mission Assurance Engineering Contract III covers safety, reliability, engineering and quality and software assurance support for NASA programs in deep space, including the Gateway lunar space station, Orion spacecraft and Extravehicular Activity and Human Surface Mobility, NASA said Friday.

As reliable security measures are becoming necessary for all businesses, there has been a surge in demand for cybersecurity technology. As a result of this change, more tools and methods are becoming accessible to assist the government in modernization. The following group of executives are at the forefront of cybersecurity, both in terms of experience […] More
Tommy Gardner, chief technology officer of HP Federal, said natural language processing and machine learning are the two forms of artificial intelligence that could have an impact when it comes to addressing information technology issues, InformationWeek reported Monday. He said NLP could be seen through the prototypes of ChatGPT. “You can imagine a scenario where […] More
The U.S. Air Force has issued an $82 million ceiling increase on an existing multiple-award contract, through which 13 companies provide design and engineering support at Defense Logistics Agency sites. The award will boost the ordering capacity for the mentioned services at DLA-managed fuel locations, the Department of Defense said Monday. The government will assign […] More
Carahsoft Technology has agreed to distribute Icertis‘ contract intelligence platform across the public sector through existing contracts such as those with the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance and OMNIA Partners. The Icertis Contract Intelligence platform uses artificial intelligence to generate contract-based information that reflects how an organization performs, Carahsoft said Thursday. ICI comes in a version […] More

Boeing expects the U.S. Army to award a first production contract for the new variant of its CH-47 Chinook helicopter in fiscal year 2021, Defense News reported Thursday. “At this time, we really see no technical or programmatic challenges standing in the way of rewarding the Lot 1 production contract this fiscal year,” Heather McBryan, Boeing’s director of global sales and marketing, said of the CH-47F Block II variant. “We’ve been working closely with the Army to lay out a plan to meet all of our milestones and show a low-risk path to a first unit equipped in 2025, which was, you know, as planned originally."

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