Harris Corp. will upgrade Alaska's air transportation system as part of a 10-year Federal Aviation Administration contract worth $85 million.
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.
ITT Corp.'s Defense & Information Solutions business segment, which is being spun off as a separate entity renamed ITT Exelis, will establish its headquarters in the Tysons Corner area of Fairfax County.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has appointed Jim Kane vice president and program manager of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency program, effective September 19.
Raytheon Co. has won the nation's initial competitive Public Safety Long Term Evolution contract, the first under the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program for recipients of the FCC's 700 MHz Broadband Waiver.
Investigators probing the massive, fraud-ridden New York City CityTime payroll system involving SAIC are widening their focus to staffers within Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration, according to a NYC tabloid.
Harris Corp. will establish a digital radio system to support public-safety first responders across the 518 square miles of Floyd County, Ga., under a $23.6 million county contract.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is demanding that SAIC reimburse the city more than $600 million it paid the contractor in connection with the CityTime software project.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council announced the winners of its 10th Annual NVTC Hot Ticket Awards, honoring the region's entrepreneurial technology companies that sizzled in 2010.
Adam Suri has joined Secure Technologies Group as senior vice president of cyber operations for the government provider of cybersecurity solutions.
The owners of a New Jersey-based computer consulting company that had a $450 million subcontract with New York City have fled to their native India, leaving 200 employees out of work and an SAIC employee under arrest, the New York Daily News reports.
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IBM has released its Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities, designed to help cities of all sizes gain a holistic view of information across city departments and agencies.
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CGI will continue to provide Medicaid payment oversight for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under a six-year contract renewal worth $44.9 million.