James Norton will be responsible for expanding the company's presence in Washington, D.C.
Hewlett-Packard adds Lockheed Martin to its team as the competition comes down to HP and Harris.
Move by defense company positions itself for new first responder networking opportunities.
When completed, Rescue 21 will be a network of 32 Coast Guard command centers, 167 stations and more than 260 fixed towers across U.S. and territorial waterways.
The $20.2 million contract calls for General Dynamics IT to provide unclassified and classified mainframe computerized processing for the Army IT Agency.
Homeland Security Department hands out contracts for tactical communications equipment for its Secret Service office.
Product portion of huge IT procurement vehicle goes to large, small companies.
New VP will support strategic business development and planning for Navy and Marine Corps clients.
GDIT will assist the Army's 160th Signal Brigade upgrade enterprise communications for the U.S. Central Command.
The Air Force adds more ceiling space to the $9 billion NetCents contract.
Acquisitions and other strategic moves position the largest government contractors for growing health-IT opportunities. Are you working to capture this market?
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?