Under a five-year, $95 million contract, General Dynamics will lead a team that will create an enterprise information technology center for the Marine Corps.
Haliburton has agreed to pay the U.S. government $559 million to settle corruption charges associated with its former subsidiary KBR Inc.
Tyler Technologies Inc. will provide its integrated courts and justice software suite to Cameron County, Texas, under a new contract.
AT&T Government Solutions will build an advanced data network for the Army in Germany under a new contract.
CACI will provide technical support to the Navy under a contract modification worth $19.4 million.
Harris will provide outsourcing services to the State Department under a new task order.
GTSI and Savvis have entered into a strategic alliance making Savvis the preferred provider of managed hosting and IT infrastructure services for GTSI clients.
Apptis will continue providing support for data processing efforts by designated providers of the Defense Department's Uniformed Services Family Health Plan.
IBM Corp. and AT&T Corp. have won large, multiyear contracts to provide outsourced technology services to Georgia.
Maximus will provide outsourcing services to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Studies.
Apptis Inc. will help support the Defense Department's worldwide health system.
SRA International will continue furnishing laboratory support services to a key program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
President-elect Obama will reduce the number of contracts that outsource government work to private firms.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide IT support for NASA's spaceflight operations under a $667 million contract.
Democrats made a net gain of only one governorship in Tuesday's elections through Jay Nixon's victory in Missouri.