STG Inc. will provide information technology staff and services to the Drug Enforcement Administration under a five-year contract worth more than $43 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp. could face as much as $5 million in penalties if the giant contractor fails by January 2011 to meet three new conditions negotiated with the state over its much disputed $2.3 billion statewide information technology contract, reports Jeff Schapiro at the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Federal spending for information technology will continue to accelerate at least through 2015 topping $112 billion by 2015, according to a new report from federal marketing analysis firm Input.
One-size-fits-all rules and definitions that direct all agencies on what jobs are inherently governmental functions don’t work, experts say.
Government is harnessing the power of entrepreneurial development to expand access to and increase the value of government information.
Dell Inc.'s acquisition of Perot Systems opens a broader range of services to take on health, cloud computing, outsourcing and data centers in the government market.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will spend $1 billion to automate data centers and other company functions of its Enterprise Services business, a move analysts say will affect some 9,000 employees between now and about 2013.
Unisys has filed a protest with the GAO over TSA awarding a $500 million contract to CSC to manage the agency's IT infrastructure.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and Gov. Bob McDonnell’s administration modify a troubled 10-year, $2.36 billion statewide outsourcing contract.
The cybersecurity market is booming, but how long will that continue?
A Texas company fought back when the Air Force tried to insource its work, and the case illustrates the growing tension between industry and government over who should do what work.
The new phrases “closely associated with inherently governmental function” and “critical function,” are causing the most concern, panelists say.
The Obama administration thinks so, and it is determined to put more work into the hands of federal employees.
HP Enterprise Services wins a two-year, $119 million extension to continue supporting the state of Kansas.
TSA allowed contractors to review invoices for other contractors in apparent violation of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, according to a new report from the Homeland Security Department inspector general's office.