Suzanne Petrie Liscouski has had years of experience in the Defense Department, White House and Homeland Security Department.
Dean Daghita most recently worked at SRA International, where as a VP he was responsible for program and technical execution.
Company adds emergency alert solutions with acquisition of GovInteractive.
Jacobs will provide systems engineering and integration support for virtually all Air Force air-launched weapon systems at the Air Armament Center at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.
The Homeland Security Department's new seven-year, $3 billion FirstSource II contract should be a dream for small busiesses but can they meet the agency's multitude of demands?
Science Applications International Corp. will improve the Transportation Security Administration's baggage-screening capabilities and reduce false alarms with a $25 million order for new imaging equipment.
Former DHS secretary Michael Chertoff will bring his homeland security expertise to the company.
Parsons Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Sparta Inc. and its subsidiaries from Cobham plc for $350 million.
Computer Sciences Corp. has won a four-year task order worth an estimated $86 million to continue providing emergency telecommunications services to the Homeland Security Department.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide management and engineering assistance to the Navy under a three-year prime contract that has a ceiling value of more than $10 million.
Three new hires at Agilex will focus on technology and innovation.
Science Applications International Corp. has been tasked by the Navy with providing systems engineering and life cycle integration services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division under a five-year award that could be worth more than $38 million.
ICF International Inc. has won a five-year recompete contract worth more than $15 million to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency implement its Radiological Emergency Preparedness program.
The market underwent a rapid transformation after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Government contracting hasn't been the same since.
Raytheon Company is restructuring its Network Centric Systems division to boost its business in the public safety markets.