HP Enterprise Services, a division of Hewlett-Packard Corp., has won a seven-year, $281 million contract extension to continue providing health care IT services for the state of Oklahoma.
Former Kentucky CIO Aldona Valicenti has joined CGI Group Inc. as vice president for state and local markets. Most recently, she worked as Oracle vice president of business development and strategy.
These 10 sites earned special recognition for their quality and innovation according to an analysis by Government Computer News.
A survey by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers finds that states are facing critical shortages of IT workers, made worse by furloughs, hiring freezes and stagnant salaries. And the retirements of many older workers loom.
As feds prepare to hand out billions in health IT incentive rewards, a system integrator offering support systems and services strikes a deal with Texas.
The company best known for its radio communications products will become two separate entities, Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions, within the first few weeks of January.
Andrew McLaughlin is resigning from his job as deputy White House chief technology officer to start two companies, one of them to develop collaboration tools for state and local governments.
Harris Corp. has won a four-year, $19 million contract from the state of Florida to implement a statewide health information exchange infrastructure that is designed to improve the delivery and coordination of health care.
The Washington, D.C. metropolitan area ranks third in high-paying IT positions, according to a TechAmerica Foundation study.
Unisys Corp. has received a contract extension worth an estimated $33 million to provide further IT outsourcing services to the city government of Minneapolis through 2015.
Input market research firm predicts that state health insurance exchanges will be a driving force in the health IT market.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Research Park Corp. have unveiled plans to create a new incubator that will focus on developing technology to protect against a growing range of cyber threats.
Cloud vendors are starting to fight each other in the legal arena for contract advantages. Is the technology still cutting-edge?
Harris Corp. will deploy a public safety radio system throughout Vermont under a $14 million contract.
IBM is ready to offer the Federal Community Cloud, a secure cloud environment designed for federal agencies. Meanwhile, Lockheed Martin unveiled the Starfire Mission Ready Cloud based on pre-integrated, pretested technology.