Science Applications International Corp., General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Booz Allen Hamilton have won awards from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, and will vie for cybersecurity task orders under a five-year contract valued in excess of $200 million.
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Six companies will compete for enterprise-level engineering integration and service management support under an Air Force contract.
The company will use its IPO proceeds to pay down debt.
46 contractors will compete for task orders under the FBI’s eight-year, $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, known as IT Triple S.
Companies are embracing social media, but quantifying the return on investment remains a challenge.
The Army accepts in principle the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s offer to provide 15 companies’ pro bono assistance in assessing the IT requirements to rectify the poor record-keeping at Arlington National Cemetery.
The initial public offerings of Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. and KEYW Corp. offer compelling case studies on why companies choose to go public and what company attributes contribute to IPO success.
The contract, which covers NextGen and the current National Airspace System infrastructure, calls for a broad range of systems engineering, investment and business case analysis.
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. has filed an initial public offering that should allow it to pay off debt leftover from its acquisition by the Carlyle Group.
Nine government contractors will now compete for work under the the Defense Department’s Software, Networks, Information, Modeling and Simulation Technology Support contract.
In 2009, the consulting company combed through the Obama administration's reforms and planned changes to get a firm hold on how to move ahead.