We give the breakdown of the biggest contracts for the first two months of fiscal 2013. Who are the big winners?
SAIC reports 3 percent revenue growth in the third quarter and remains cautious in the face of budget pressures.
In an effort to remain competitive in an increasingly challenging market, SAIC CEO John Jumper announced the lay offs of 700 people.
Deb Alderson moved quickly after getting fired by SAIC last year, never losing her confidence and landing a job at SRA a month later. Now she's the COO. What's behind her remarkable comeback?
Five contractors from the Washington Technology Top 100 win services task order contract with the Navy, and will compete for its task orders.
Deborah Alderson named chief operating officer at SRA, a year after being fired from SAIC.
Seven companies will compete for task orders under the $900 million Battlespace Awareness Support Portfolio contract.
Motorola and SAIC form an alliance focused on how government employees use mobile.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
American Systems picks up 300 employees from SAIC and expands skills in testing, engineering, logistics and other areas.
Twenty companies will compete for task orders under the Army's $10 billion Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems contract.
SAIC has picked the team that will lead the new company next year. Which insiders will make the leap?
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
Nine contractors, a mix of large and small businesses, will help the Defense Intelligence Agency with training requirements meet intelligence training requirements.