CACI International Inc. and two smaller contractors have won prime positions on a five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Defense Department signals intelligence contract has a potential value of $40 million.
ObjectFX, a provider of geospatial solutions to the federal government, has hired Al League an expert in innovative geospatial data technology as executive vice president of operations.
Lawmakers have continually said the tax that would keep back 3 percent of payments to companies would hurt contractors and make it tough for agencies to comply with the administrative burdens.
Making contracting data public has help bring more opportunities to small businesses, but challenges still remain.
Dovèl Technologies has hired a new senior vice president of business development and proposal management, and a new human resources director. It also has a new vice president for its Enterprise Solutions business unit.
Now the competition begins to win task orders for support services across four regions.
Tuesday afternoon's 5.8 earthquake left hundreds of thousands of people along the East Coast temporarily without cell-phone service as circuits became overloaded and communications in many cases was reduced to texting or tweets. So what's a nation to do?
A-T Solutions Inc. has won a four-year contract worth $21.9 million to provide explosive ordnance disposal experts and other technical expertise to the Navy.
Lockheed Martin Corp. is acquiring QTC Holdings Inc., a provider of outsourced medical evaluation services to the government. Move builds Lockheed's health IT portfolio.
GTSI has sold its stake in Eyak Technology for $20 million.
GTSI Corp. has completed its acquisition of Information Systems Consulting Group Inc., a private federal IT professional services provider.
Dovèl Technologies has acquired ZapThink LLC and has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Dovèl. Financial terms of the transaction were not reported.
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The company will work with a variety of divisions at CDC supporting research and IT.
CEO Rocky Cintron admits to a little paranoia, but complacency is even worse for his company.