A report by our sister publication, GCN, finds the bring-your-own-device phenomenon rife with security problems. And wherever there is a problem, there is sure to be an opportunity.
ManTech reports lower earnings and revenue for the second quarter, but CEO see some bright spots.
Work expected to be completed by April 2013.
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PESystems Inc. buys C2Kinetics to build out its advisory and assistance services capabilities.
Good technologies fail to solve government's problems because there is a disconnect between the innovation and the government's mission.
Xerox will help San Diego move to a digital voice and data communications network and save $11.1 million.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'
With sequestration just five months away, OMB reaches out to agencies. What is its first step?
Booz Allen Hamilton will provide training for the Royal Saudi Naval forces into July 2013.
Accenture's Chris Smith takes on the five most common myths that undermine the value of Big Data.
Raytheon's software work under a pair of Navy contracts will benefit the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier.
Serco will work on-site in Afghanistan, Kuwait and Qatar on mine resistant protected vehicles.
Computer Sciences Corp. names Tom Hogan president of applications and services; key component of turnaround strategy.
Paul Fernandes to serve as STG president; Simon Lee as chairman and CEO.
Futrend Technology pledges a portion of its profits from the huge CIOSP contract to Children's Inn and other charities.