Government contractors will be represented on a list of the 100 most desirable places to work, according to a survey of recent college grads.
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Boeing Co. will install its Watchstander system along the Delaware River in order to protect crticial infrastructurs including oil refineries.
Boeing will match its cybersecurity capabilities with Sojitz' expertise in the Japanese market to provide top-notch cybersecurity soltuions to Japan.
The Navy's Training Data Products Contract goes to large and small businesses in two-part procurement.
A second attempt to build a virtual border fence in Arizona may be moving a big closer to a contract award, according to Defense News.
Lockheed plans to hang onto Sandia Labs work; competitors expected but unknown at this time.
Boeing backs out of the competition for an Air Force contract as it focuses on more strategic work.
The company continues to make acquisitions and invest in research in new growth markets. Where are they putting their money?
General Dynamics and EADS will lead a team to chase the next attempt to secure U.S. borders. Who else is chasing the lucrative opportunity?
Despite drastic financial times, arms-producing companies still had rising sales in 2010.
Watchdog group's report looks at corporate income taxes and money spent on lobbying Congress.
We count down the largest contract awards of fiscal 2011 that went to a single winner. Who captured the biggest prize?