We count down the biggest awards of February, starting with a win by the biggest company in the market.
The contractors will provide engineering and prototyping integration, software integration, and technical support services at the Navy’s Charleston, S.C., facilities.
Despite drastic financial times, arms-producing companies still had rising sales in 2010.
Last year saw a slight drop in the number of completed deals, but the power of mergers and acquisitions to transform companies remains strong.
The work covers shore systems, mobile and airborne communications testing and certification.
Contractors will vie for task orders to support the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization in its battle against roadside bombs and other explosive devices.
A new report finds the House caucus for the much delayed Joint Strike Fighter program receives notably more contributions from the program's prime contractors.
Brian Sheridan will now lead the SpecTal business unit that BAE purchased earlier this year.
The new agreement replaces the one due to expire next April and calls for CSC to deliver a full range of IT services to the UK-based defense contractor.
The three-year C4ISR task order calls for BAE to provide maintenance, upgrades, logistics, training and sustainment support to ships, boats and vehicles.
GSA's 10-year contract includes both large and small businesses. Who made the final cut?
BAE Systems today announced nearly 3,000 potential job cuts in its Military Air and Information and Shared Services businesses and at its headquarters at Farnborough, England.