Welcome to today's Defense Business Briefing, your weekly roundup of the latest defense industry news.
CACI International has thrown its hat into the ring in the chase to purchase CSRA, offering more money per share than General Dynamics' multibillion-dollar bid.
A year after buying Sotera Defense Solutions, KeyW's integration of that company is now complete, according to KeyW's chief executive.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), the ranking member on the Senate Budget Committee, is asking Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to "crack down" on what Sanders sees as "widespread waste and abuse of private defense contractors."
The Defense Information Systems Agency announced this week that 20 contracts have been awarded for its multibillion-dollar ENCORE III information technology suite.
The North American Free Trade Agreement is a "core aspect" of U.S. national security and President Trump should continue to honor it, according to a letter from 10 former chiefs of U.S. Northern and Southern commands.
Jeanne Callahan has been named Huntington Ingalls Industries' corporate vice president for internal audit and Chip Wasson has been named corporate vice president for corporate strategy.
Raytheon has selected Adriane Brown to serve on its board of directors, according to a company statement.
The week ahead features a variety of congressional hearings, think-tank events and industry conferences with senior Pentagon officials. Meanwhile, a continuing resolution to keep the federal government funded expires Friday.
The Navy's next generation contracting vehicle for services contracts has refined its work requirements in two key ways that analysts believe will help it create greater competition among contractors.
On the heels of President Trump's executive order to block Singapore-based Broadcom's $117 billion bid to buy U.S. chip maker Qualcomm, the Pentagon's top industrial base official urged lawmakers today to further expand the authority of the powerful and secretive government committee that helped kill the deal.
The chairman and ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee used a Wednesday hearing on export controls to push their bill to establish a permanent statutory basis for regulating dual-use and military exports licensed by the Commerce Department, and to modernize the export-control regime.