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.
SRA International is in a fight to keep its lucrative FDIC contract, which represented 9 percent of its $1.6 billion in 2012 revenue.
GSA awards 20 contracts to 17 companies, including four small businesses, in an attempt to save money and increase the use of the cloud.
The task order contract stipulates a slew of support services.
Contract calls for operating two software releases that track DOD personnel and family relocations.
A mix of eight companies and one government agency will vie for work evaluating contractors that provide cloud services and products to the federal government.
Support services for Navy command centers include program management, technical engineering support, and data management.
ORION system will provide case management and related information-processing capabilities for multiple law enforcement agencies.
Richard A. Clarke has spent three decades at the highest government levels including the Defense and State departments and 11 years with the White House.
Ed Meagher leaves CSC and heads back to SRA where he provided strategic guidance for the company’s VA programs.
Renny DiPentima has more than 40 years of experience in the public and private sectors and serves on several governmental and corporate boards.
Contract calls for providing agency’s Air Traffic Organization with diverse set of support services and skills to support NextGen initiatives