Seven companies will compete to be the sole winner of the Senate Information Technology Support Contract III.
We give the breakdown of the biggest contracts for the first two months of fiscal 2013. Who are the big winners?
Five contractors from the Washington Technology Top 100 win services task order contract with the Navy, and will compete for its task orders.
General Dynamics Information Technology will provide transition and equipment services to three Army hospitals over the next 28 months.
The top 20 contractors at DHS take in over a third of all the spending the agency does with contractors. Who tops the list?
Twenty companies will compete for task orders under the Army's $10 billion Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems contract.
Five contractors take away huge task order contract for the purchase of C4ISR services for the U.S. Navy.
General Services Administration
GDIT will provide consolidated IT enterprise services and support for the National Defense University's five colleges.
General Dynamics will make tank more efficient by reducing size, weight and power requirements.
General Dynamics Information Technology will deliver new tech, logistics and program management for Marine Corps C4ISR systems.
GD C4 Systems president, Chris Marzilli, shares insights into the company's plans for the future, and what's been driving its recent acquisitions.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
General Dynamics to expand its mobile capabilities with the acquisition of Open Kernel Labs Inc.