The Homeland Security Department's Science and Technology Directorate is seeking approval to continue using the existing set of up to 11 application forms for Safety Act designations beyond Jan. 31, 2010.
Eye on M&A
The $11 million purchase of BIO-key International Inc.'s law enforcement division is likely only the first of several to come for InterAct911 Mobile Systems Inc.
The Coast Guard Acquisitions Directorate is preparing to isssue a request for proposal for a large professional services contract.
The FCC is considering requests to form a broadband network for first responders rather than waiting for the commission to create a nationwide network.
BIO-key International Inc. plans to sell its Law Enforcement Division to InterAct911 Mobile Systems, Inc.
Apriva will provide the Defense Information Systems Agency with hardware, software licenses and other information technology services under a five-year, $17 million contract.
TechAmerica and others ask lawmakers to deal with their worries about E-Verify.
Serco Inc. will provide record processing services to the Citizenship and Immigration Services under a $190 million contract.
Sen. Charles Schumer wants to add biometrics to E-Verify, which would create a multibillion-dollar business opportunity.
Alion Science and Technology Corp. will provide radio-frequency spectrum modeling, simulation and analysis to the Army.
Melissa Hathaway's resignation as the Obama administration’s acting senior director for cyberspace has caused scrutiny about how the Obama administration is accomplishing its extensive cybersecurity agenda.
Melissa Hathaway, who led the administration's 60-day review of cyber policy and was considered a candidate for the new White House cyber coordinator position, will resign later this month, according to an article on The Wall Street Journal's Web site.
CACI International will provide watch desk operations for the National Protection and Program Directorate of the Homeland Security Department under a task order worth $14.2 million.
Experts today reacted to reports of inappropriate procurement activities at the Homeland Security Department by saying it was unclear whether such actions are common at other federal agencies.
IBM Corp. will continue maintaining an air surveillance system for the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence under a five-year, $38 million (23 million pounds sterling) contract.