TSA tells auditors and protesters that the FAA has jurisdiction to hear protests of the Information Technology Infrastructure Program award.
Horizon Consulting Inc. will continue to provide home insurance processing for the Housing and Urban Development Department’s Atlanta Home Ownership Center under a five-year contract valued at $10 million.
The administration’s mandate to bring more work in-house will substantially change the acquisition status quo.
Two large state information technology contracts run into trouble, and contractors protest TSA’s lucrative IT Infrastructure Program contract.
When the acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services closes, the combination will bring new opportunities and markets to both companies.
The savings from insourcing that defense and civilian agencies are expected to report to Congress next February will be largely illusory.
Unisys Corp. has won a seven-year information technology contract with the city of Santa Clara, Calif., that has an estimated value of $20 million.
Indiana fires IBM as the prime contractor on a $1.34 billion contract to overhaul the state's welfare system.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been sharply criticized by state auditors for its handling of a $2 billion contract to manage Virginia information technology infrastructure. The company disputed those findings.
Lockheed Martin spent years chasing the Hanford site until it won the $3 billion Hanford Mission Support contract.
KBR emphasizes strengths as it chases and wins the next phase of a contract that could propel it to more work supporting troops in Iraq.
A roundup of news stories that received the most traffic on the Washington Technology Web site during the month of September.
Computer Sciences Corp. wins $2 billion contract to manage all of the information technology infrastructure for the Transportation Security Administration.
Greg Baroni explains how his new venture will parlay its purchase of the remaining BearingPoint contracts and employees to aggressively find a niche in the federal contracting market.
Equinix Inc. has unveiled plans to build two new data centers, one of them a 152,000-square-foot International Business Exchange center in Ashburn, Va.