NIH moves its $10 billion Chief Information Officer - Commodity Solutions contract forward with a new draft RFP and another call for industry comments.
Jane Snowdon brings her research skills and Smart Cities experience to IBM federal as the group's first chief innovation officer. What will be her focus?
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services adds to its large stable of Medicaid clients as it captures a contract to build a new Medicaid management information system for Indiana.
Computer Sciences Corp.'s divestiture is PAE Group's opportunity in a $175 million deal that moves the old DynCorp business of aviation and range support services from CSC to PAE.
The Navy says it needs more time to make its pick between HP and a team led by CSC and Harris for the $5 billion Next Generation Enterprise Network contract.
The Air Force is conducting market research to see if any small businesses are available to provide IT and engineering support for upgrades to several systems on the F-16 fighter jet.
EPA's inspector general has kicked off an audit of the agency's recently completed migration of its email and collaboration software to the cloud.
Fifteen companies will compete for task orders under the $22 billion DHS Eagle 2 contract to provide IT program support services such as strategic planning, enterprise architecture and data management. We breakdown the winners and their teammates.
The SI Organization has acquired Applied Communication Sciences, a year-old company with roots that go back to the legendary Bell Labs.
The Army is developing a small-business contract for Tricare to help the evolution of the Military Health Service Cyberinfrastructure, incorporate more electronic health records and integrate with Veterans Affairs.
VA brings the bidding period to a close for its $12 billion VA T4 contract. New awards are expected to be announced in July, as the agency is expected to add new service-disabled and veteran-owned small businesses to the mix.
Fifteen companies won a $900 million contract from the Space and Naval Ware Systems Center to provide a variety of services supporting command and control, intelligence and other combat systems.
NASA has issued a sources sought notice for the next Simulation and Software Technology Contract, currently held by L-3. The space agency is interested in procurement approach, small business and organizational conflicts of interest.
Robert Edwin Steele was convicted of tapping into the computer systems of his former employer and stealing proprietary documents that could help his new company win contracts.
CACI International sees revenue fall, as sequestration and the Afghanistan draw down impacts top line numbers. The company has laid off an unspecified number of employees, and could reduce the head count further in the fourth quarter.