Company's payment includes corrective actions it owes Virginia after Northrop's equipment failed, crippling several state agencies last year.
Three major defense contractors in the Washington, D.C., region will be handing out pink slips until July.
Defense contractor will let 200 workers know this week that they will be terminated after May 31.
Greater cooperation will help fight cyber threats and improve the health of the industrial base.
The penalty for a computer outage that crippled the state's Division of Motor Vehicles likely will top $100,000.
HP will focus on data centers, mobility and citizen services as it takes over San Diego County's IT operations.
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Mike Papay has been named vice president for cyber initiatives for Northrop Grumman's Information Systems unit, also becoming the company's lead executive on cybersecurity.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Research Park Corp. on April 21 officially opened the Cync Program incubator facility to attract more technology companies to develop solutions to counter cybersecurity threats.
Northrop Grumman is gutting its new headquarters in Falls Church, Va., to be ready for a late-summer move-in. Only about half of its California-based staff will make the move.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue providing software development and life-cycle support for the Air and Missile Defense Workstation under a new Army contract worth $77.9 million.
A quartet of contractors is combining their IT know-how to work on an initiative designed to protect the nation's infrastructure and further secure digital identification credentials.