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ICF makes $100M deal for Web developer

The purchase brings Ironworks’ federal clients, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Veterans Affairs Department.

GTSI fires HR VP as realignment efforts continue

Bridget Atkinson will continue to provide up to 50 hours a month of transitional consulting services to GTSI through February as company works on new business model.

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5 steps you shouldn't miss when selling your company

If selling your company is your retirement plan, you'd better consider these five steps first.

Catapult gains NLRB contract extension for IT services

The Bethesda, Md., small business will continue providing help desk, hardware and software, and other IT support to the national arbitration agency.

Raytheon acquisition expands its cybersecurity offerings

Pikewerks Corp. purchase will mean more solutions to counter sophisticated threats.

How bad was fiscal 2011?

Industry leaders share their insights on what fiscal 2011 meant to them and their companies.

48 firms to compete for almost $6B in Air Force work

Two firm-fixed-price contracts call for a variety of management and professional support services with large and small companies poised to compete.

Why ManTech's $90M WINS acquisition is a big deal

ManTech International wraps up its third acquisition of the year and lands a prime spot on a $6.6 billion IDIQ contract.

Federal cloud procurements not 'gloom and doom' for small vendors

While federal agencies are transitioning to cloud computing environments, what are the prospects for smaller IT vendors in being part of the trend?

Acentia hires chief architect for strategy and innovation

Tom Woteki is a veteran technology executive with more than 25 years of experience with large-scale systems engineering, integration and software development.

ManTech wraps up its WINS purchase

Worldwide Information Network Systems will now become part of ManTech’s mission, cyber and technology solutions group.

Vet-owned firm lands $15M CMS contract

Data Computer Corporation of America will support the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' reimbursement program.

Edaptive Systems wins $40M FDA prime award

The Owings Mills, Md., health care IT provider will help the consumer watchdog agency by maintaining and supporting existing systems and providing upgrades as needed.

Acentia unveils 10 contact wins worth $20M

Among Acentia's previously unannounced wins were six new task orders worth $15.3 million from the Interior Department’s Bureau of Reclamation and two contracts from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission worth a combined $3.8 million.

STG taps former GDIT exec as chief technology officer

STG hires Rick Parkington, formerly a CTO at General Dynamics Information Technology, as its senior vice president and chief technology officer.

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