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Memo calls for smaller scale, incremental programs. Army must have plan in place in 30 days on how it will meet new project goals.
Multiple award contract goes to six large firms and five small ones. It will be used by the entire intelligence community.
Tags: technology , contracting , DIA , BC Fed Group , BAE Systems , CenTauri Solutions , Enterprise Information Services , General Dynamics IT , Lockheed Martin , Northrop Grumman , Red Arch Solutions , SRA , Worldwide Information Network Systems , IT services
Agency will buy 15 different IT support services from the task order contract.
What's in the bill for feds and contractors?
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Termination fees could impact budget of future modernization efforts. New strategy to detail incremental approach; Boeing still to do some work.
Smartbuy deal could be worth $20 million. This is the second set of contracts for geospatial software and services.
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It's done. Not only is the $87 billion manned ground vehicle segment, but the entire Army Future Combat System modernization program is finished. The Pentagon's chief weapons buyer Ashton Carter say modernization will continue, but the fate of the players is still under consideration. That means, SAIC and Boeing will have to wait and see what their roles will be. Stop work orders will be issued shortly and conversations with the contractors about termination fees will begin and then it's back to the drawing board.