We give the breakdown of the biggest contracts for the first two months of fiscal 2013. Who are the big winners?
Accenture will consolidate the TSA's identity management and credentialing systems into a single system under this $250 million contract.
Accenture will help the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by modernizing its websites, online applications and intranet under a $13 million contract.
Homeland Security Department
Accenture will develop social media program for the Office of Health Affairs that will help with its biosurveillance in order to better service the American people.
David Moskovitz, who joined Accenture 18 years ago, has been picked to fill the CEO post at Accenture Federal Services.
Accenture to provide program management and engineering services support to the U.S. Navy under $43 million task order contract.
Kay Kapoor resigns after less than two years on the job. Defense leader tapped to fill role on interim basis.
GSA awards 20 contracts to 17 companies, including four small businesses, in an attempt to save money and increase the use of the cloud.
Accenture's Chris Smith takes on the five most common myths that undermine the value of Big Data.
SPAWAR Support includes command and intelligence systems analysis, upgrades and training.
Group of task orders will focus on procurement, asset management and the supply chain.
Christopher Smith also will oversee services such as secure cloud computing, big data, logistics and supply chain.