Computer Sciences Corp. will help secure the U.S.-Mexico border as a result of a new six-year, $115 million State Department task order that calls for non-immigrant visa support services in Mexico.
K4 Solutions Inc., a woman-owned, 8(a) small-business government contractor, has won two federal contracts that have a combined value of almost $18 million.
SRA International Inc. will continue providing bioinformatics support to the National Institutes of Health under a task order that could be worth as much as $17.9 million over five years if all options are exercised.
Cisco Systems and Westcon Group North America will pay the government $48 million to settle claims that they made misrepresentations to the General Services Administration in violation of the False Claims Act.
ICF International Inc. will continue to assist the Agriculture Department’s Rural Development Housing Voucher Demonstration Program under a $12 million recompete contract.
More contractors than military personnel are now dying in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After a week when a data storage failure in a relatively new statewide system created havoc for Virginia agencies, the final three – including the 74 branches of the Department of Motor Vehicles – are expected to resume services today. But the problems of state agency computer systems are national in scope.
A failure in a critical component in a data storage unit at a state facility near Richmond, Va., last week led to a massive computer failure that affected the networks at 27 agencies. Most are back online now, but three are still experiencing problems.
Virginia has enticed Microsoft Corp. to invest up to $499 million to locate its latest-generation data center in Mecklenburg County, Va.
ManTech International Corp. has received a five-year contract worth up to $10.8 million to support the Security Operations Center in the Agriculture Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will bring Alabama’s state medical system in line with the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act under an eight-year, $135 million technology services contract.
As contracting increases and the acquisition workforce doesn't grow, agencies are looking for backup.
Industry associations and government contracting experts are expressing skepticism about Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ plan to reduce Defense Department spending by $100 billion over five years.
The proposed rule on organizational conflicts of interest is movning forward but what direction is it headed?
Texas puts IBM on notice that if it doesn't shape up in the next 30 days, it might get fired from the state's data center consolidation contract.