The company continues work on Los Angeles County's financial and human resource application modernization project.
Controversy still swirls around CSC's Google email implementation in Los Angeles. What's the latest complaint?
The $13.7 million contract is to transform California's Transportation Department construction management system.
Startup company Silver Lining wants to win mobile IT contracts from federal agencies and statewide education systems so it is offering some pilot concepts in Virginia and West Virginia.
Unisys Corp. will install cloud-based Google Apps for Government for some 5,000 Energy Department lab employees in Idaho under a 10-year contract with a potential value of more than $10 million.
SAIC’s probe of the CityTime scandal results in the firing of three key employees and the hiring of two outside firms to review new safeguards the company will implement.
Believing that states ought to compete, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell wants to lure Lockheed Martin to the Old Dominion and away from Maryland.
Citrix Systems names Brian Cunningham to lead its state and local government and its education sales team.
Hewlett-Packard signs contract extension to manage Arkansas' Medicaid management information system.
Google and CSC's contract to provide the city of Los Angeles with cloud-based applications faces completion issues after nearly two years.
Hewlett Packard wins contract renewal from Florida to steamline compliance and move the state's Medicaid program toward managed care.
Unisys will provide Michigan with a new child welfare information system under a 5-year contract that could be worth as much as $47 million.
CGI Group Inc. has won a 12-year contract worth $30.5 million to replace a North Carolina county's enterprise resource planning system with a cloud-based system.
The Homeland Security Department announced its annual allocations for state and local agencies for disasters and terrorist attacks. What targets does DHS want protected?
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue to provide operational and maintenance support for New York City's wireless network thanks to a five-year, $207 million contract renewal.