Harris wins task-order contract with Navy for the procurement of a variety of radios.
Eric Eifert to strengthen cyber defense capabilities as senior vice president of ManTech's Cyber Defense Solutions unit.
Twelve will provide command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance services to U.S. Navy.
Congressional Research Service says contract law might allow the government to cancel and restructure contracts to implement sequestration cuts without paying fees billed by contractors.
Capgemini has hired two former Booz Allen executives to lead capture management and civilian businesses.
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New Directions Technologies hires Michele Hoopes as its executive vice president and chief operating officer.
GSA awards 20 contracts to 17 companies, including four small businesses, in an attempt to save money and increase the use of the cloud.
SAIC says that freeing the two businesses from concerns about organizational conflicts of interest will unlock new growth opportunities.
General Dynamics Information to perform information technology services in Afghanistan by August 2013.
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The Professional Services Council estimates that sequestration cuts will total $39 billion in 2013 for civilian agencies.
Northrop Grumman and STS International to perform Ground Systems services for Army.
Polycom brings together its federal, state and local, education, health care and grants units into single entity.
Salient to provide actuarial expertise and systems support to Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.