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GAO Sustains Protest of $771 Million Defense Intelligence Agency Contract

The contracting giant ManTech Advanced Systems International protested the award in October, saying the defense agency didn’t adequately explain its decision. Continue reading

IC plans Intelligence.gov as part of transparency effort — FCW

U.S. spy agencies are trying to come in from the cold, on a limited basis, under the banner of open government. Continue reading

Under the Hood of DIA’s $6B E-SITE Deal – Nextgov.com

Over the summer, 50 companies won a spot on a massive 5-year, $6 billion Defense Intelligence Agency contract. But a look under the hood of the E-SITE deal reveals the final payout may not be as big as you think, partly because of a significant change in how DIA approaches IT. Source: Under the Hood of DIA’s … Continue reading

DIA preparing to jump into IC’s new IT environment – FederalNewsRadio.com

The Intelligence Community’s IT Enterprise program has been under development for just over a year and the first pieces of the joint IT services and network are coming to bear later this summer. via DIA preparing to jump into IC’s new IT environment – FederalNewsRadio.com.

GAO: Agencies Have Broad Discretion on Discussions – SmallGovCon

I don’t have a tag for “bad grounds for a GAO bid protest,” but if I did, challenging an agency’s decision not to conduct discussions would fall in that category–at least (as is typically the case), when the solicitation does not state that discussions will be conducted. via GAO: Agencies Have Broad Discretion on Discussions … Continue reading

One-time critic tapped to head Defense Intelligence Agency – Defense – GovExec.com

The Pentagon has nominated Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn to be its next intelligence chief, according a statement released on Tuesday. The move gives the reins of an increasingly important agency to an officer perhaps best known for publicly criticizing U.S. intelligence related to the Afghanistan war. via One-time critic tapped to head Defense Intelligence Agency … Continue reading