The 2010 Defense Authorization Act includes requirements to ease voting for Americans overseas.
ICF Inc. will provide technical assistance for state and federal child welfare automation projects under a new contract with the Health and Human Services Department.
Bobbie Kilberg, president and chief executive officer of the Northern Virginia Technology Council, has been named one of five co-chairs for Virginia Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell’s transition team.
Sim-G Technologies LLC will create a specialized information system for the FBI under a competitive task order that has an estimated value of $15 million over five years.
The IBM Government Industry Framework combines software, services.
Two large state information technology contracts run into trouble, and contractors protest TSA’s lucrative IT Infrastructure Program contract.
The House voted to provide $10 million per year through 2019 for a grant program to expand access to geospatial imagery.
Unisys Corp. has won a seven-year information technology contract with the city of Santa Clara, Calif., that has an estimated value of $20 million.
Indiana fires IBM as the prime contractor on a $1.34 billion contract to overhaul the state's welfare system.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has been sharply criticized by state auditors for its handling of a $2 billion contract to manage Virginia information technology infrastructure. The company disputed those findings.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will provide the state of California with a broad range of computers and display terminals under a four-year contract worth up to $80 million annually.
The Homeland Security Department's top intelligence official told a House subcommittee how IT would help share security information.
The maverick behind Platinum Technology sees an opportunity to create a new communications paradigm in the first responder market.
Northrop Grumman Corp. won a $33.9 million contract extension from Indianapolis and Marion County, Ind., to provide a wide array of information technology services.
SRA International is providing management and information technology services to the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas under a five-year, $16.2 million contract.