CGI Federal will provide maintenance and software support for the General Services Administration's financial management system under a five-year contract valued at $52 million.
Unisys has undergone a restructuring designed to focus on its core competences and increase the company's bottom line.
Areas for potential growth exist in the federal information technology and professional services sector despite a recent slowing of contract award activity.
The largest 100 federal contractors have paid $26 billion in penalties related to admitted and alleged misconduct since 1995, according to a watchdog group.
Omnitec Solutions will provide software solutions and other support for DOD Web sites under a four-year, $37 million contract.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. will continue to provide testing support services to NASA, having secured the first of two one-year contract options with a potential value of $54 million.
President Barack Obama’s ambitious plan for acquisition reform might not produce the results his administration is seeking.
President Barack Obama’s management agenda might open the door to an important dialogue on federal contracting and public/private cooperation.
Dynamics Research Corp. will provide continuing logistics support to the Air Force under a five-year task order worth $3.7 million.
Unisys Corp. will continue to provide information technology outsourcing services to the Chicago Park District.
Federal agencies should develop and deploy cloud computing technology, and standards will follow, speakers say.
CACI International criticizes a court ruling rejecting the contractor’s request to dismiss charges alleging that CACI employees abused prisoners during interrogation sessions at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison.
Kevin Shelly, previously an executive with BearingPoint Inc., has joined Affiliated Computer Services Inc. to oversee that company's government sales teams.
The new stimulus law will pump approximately $2.5 billion into federal agencies for technology funding, according to IDC.
CGI Federal Inc. will expand its technology services to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under a new contract that could be worth as much as $135 million.