Lockheed Martin has won a contract with the Navy to develop, integrate and produce undersea warfare systems for the Japanese government.
EPA's inspector general has kicked off an audit of the agency's recently completed migration of its email and collaboration software to the cloud.
Lockheed Martin has won a contract with the Navy to exercise an option toward its Aegis Combat System engineering efforts.
Lockheed Martin, in conjunction with the U.S. Army, has commissioned the first Defense Department grid-tied microgrid at Fort Bliss, Texas, which integrates both renewable resources and energy storage.
A GAO decision has reopened the competition for a lucrative contract to maintain and secure U.S. nuclear weapons after the losing bidders filed protests.
Fifteen companies won a $900 million contract from the Space and Naval Ware Systems Center to provide a variety of services supporting command and control, intelligence and other combat systems.
April was full of contract awards, having 15 more than in March. The month was also great for small businesses, with small business awards holding three of the top 10 slots. We count down April's big winners.
Lockheed Martin has won a services contract to support the Navy's Center for Surface Combat Systems.
Lockheed Martin wins a $166.8 million contract extenstion to continue providing mission support services to NASA's manned spaceflight program. Extension boosts value of the contract to $1 billion.
Lockheed Martin has won a contract to deliver information technology support services in order to create a joint information environment for the Defense Department Chief Information Office.
Lockheed Martin is going to host a cyber defense exercise that will pit emerging cyber leaders from the U.S. and Canadian military service academies against experts from the National Security Agency as part of the annual Cyber Defense Exercise.
Fifteen companies have won a $900 million contract with the Navy for lifecycle support of interoperable command and control systems. Who's getting ready to compete for millions in task orders?