Security


Ridge criticizes sluggish implementation of security technologies

Tom Ridge joins the American Security Challenge in a call for more investments in cyber, C4ISR and other security technologies.

Stanley wins State task order for visa processing assistance

Stanley Associates Inc. will help the State Department handle visa applications in Asia under a five-year task order that could be worth as much as $9.2 million.

Dell wants to get out of the box and into services

Dell Federal wants to bring a new focus to the government market that doesn't rely on a product-first strategy. What three things are they doing?

Health care reform law drives new $169M Verizon award

Verizon Business will help the Health and Human Services Department implement the new health care reform law by providing a variety of IT services, under a new $169 million Networx Universal contract.

American Security Challenge to honor Gen. Alexander

This year's American Security Challenge will feature a ceremony to honor Gen. Keith Alexander with the 2010 Patriot Award.

BAE will assure security of FBI networks

BAE Systems Inc. will provide critical information security safeguards to the FBI under a $40 million task order awarded on the five-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Information Assurance Program Support contract vehicle, which is valued at $134 million.

GSA may recompete HSPD-12 contract

Violations of procurement policies revealed in an IG report could lead to a new competition for a services contract at GSA.

Baker tells VA vendors they must meet certification requirements

The Veterans Affairs Department is finding that up to 25 percent of the vendors at some VA facilities are not complying with certification requirements to ensure they are meeting protocols for protecting sensitive personal medical information of patients.

GTEC buys classified IT provider for $26.8 million

Global Defense Technology and Systems Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Zytel Corp. for $26.8 million in cash.

Security a bright spot in IT spending

Security spending may have slowed, but it still outpaces spending in other segments.

HP to pay $1.5B for security management firm

Hewlett Packard Co. is buying ArcSight Inc., a security and compliance management company, for $43.50 per share, or an enterprise value of $1.5 billion, HP announced today.

Army launches 'don't ask, don't tell' inbox

The intent of the inbox is to help the Army assess and consider whether repeal of the law would reduce operational readiness or unit cohesion.

CSC adds cybersecurity lawyer to public-sector business unit

Computer Sciences Corp. has hired Mark Rasch as director of cybersecurity and privacy consulting in its North American Public Sector business unit.

Raytheon to outfit LA sheriffs with new mobile computers

Raytheon Co. will build a mobile data computer system for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department under a contract worth $19.9 million.

ManTech tends USDA security ops center

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.

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