One view is that the budget is flat, but dig into cyber and you'll find growth, plenty of growth, says immixGroup's Chris Wilkinson.
Cybersecurity veteran Ken Silva has been appointed senior vice president for cyber strategy at ManTech International’s Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions group, reporting to L. William Varner, group president and COO.
Under a new contract, A-T Solutions will help the military analyze recovered improvised explosive devices, providing critical information to military and intelligence organizations.
The agency wants a DOD-wide enterprise cloud but it sees hurdles ahead.
Science Applications International Corp. will improve the Transportation Security Administration's baggage-screening capabilities and reduce false alarms with a $25 million order for new imaging equipment.
Federal officials want contractors who have access to government record systems and sensitive information to know their responsibilities.
IBM Corp. expands its new Security Systems division with the acquisition of Q1 Labs, a Waltham, Mass., provider of security intelligence software.
Sotera Defense Solutions, a provider of technology-based systems and services for national security agencies, has acquired Software Process Technologies Inc.
TASC has named former senior CIA official Bob Silsby vice president of its Business and Technology Office.
A Intelligence and National Security Alliance's white paper warns against the government's global outsourcing practices with respect to IT.
Raytheon Company is restructuring its Network Centric Systems division to boost its business in the public safety markets.
CACI International Inc. has wrapped up its $61.5 million acquisition of Paradigm Holdings Inc., a provider of cybersecurity and enterprise IT solutions that will expand its cyberspace solutions offerings.
IBM Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire i2 to accelerate its business analytics initiatives and help public- and private-sector clients address crime, fraud and security threats.
Companies will compete for task orders to implement NIST Risk Management Framework.
Former CIO Vivek Kundra promoted cloud technology as a way to save money, but some feds are concerned about its security.