Former SRA International Inc. President and CEO Stanton Sloane wasted little time finding a new home. He's taken the reins of a California advanced security company.
DISA-led IT strategies will prove critical as the budget ax falls on the Defense Department, DOD Deputy Secretary William Lynn says.
Vivek Kundra, the first federal CIO, offers some parting thoughts on public service.
The Army announces a new task force to target its renewable energy goals.
The Obama administration's anti-counterfeit working group is looking for gaps in legal authority and regulation that may undermine how officials can check on the quality of products the government buys.
Booz Allen's CEO told analysts that a July hack by Anonymous won't affect the company's bottom line.
OMB Director Jacob Lew released new marching orders for agency CIOs. What areas does he want them to focus on?
GTSI Corp. will provide the Army with biometric identification hardware and software kits under a 16-month contract worth $159 million.
McAfee's report says 72 organizations, including 13 contractors, have been compromised, and petabytes of sensitive data have been stolen. Some experts suspect China as the culprit.
The hacking group Anonymous claims it has stolen and published files it says come from ManTech International.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide the Transportation Security Administration with new passenger screening and security equipment across the east and central United States under two, two-year regional task orders worth a combined $72 million.
French aerospace company Safran SA has finalized its acquisition of the remains of L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. for a total cash amount of $1.1 billion.
CACI International Inc. will increase its cybersecurity offerings with the acquisition of Paradigm Holdings, Inc., the parent of Paradigm Solutions Corp. Financial terms of the deal, which is expected to close this fall, were not reported.
SRA CEO Stanton Sloane warns about the growing danger the theft of intellectual property poses to our economy and national security.
L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. has won a $40 million contract to be the exclusive provider of digital fingerprinting services for the state of Tennessee and process more than 175,000 applicants annually.