The Government Cloud will include a multitenant, FISMA-compliant cloud infrastructure that will let federal, state and local agencies share apps.
Richard A. Clarke has spent three decades at the highest government levels including the Defense and State departments and 11 years with the White House.
At ServerVault, John Kraft led the company to an annual growth rate exceeding 35 percent.
New role continues Michael Lee’s service as senior IT government adviser.
Company will provide life-cycle support and system enhancements to improve agency's Wide Area Augmentation System.
The $20.2 million contract calls for General Dynamics IT to provide unclassified and classified mainframe computerized processing for the Army IT Agency.
Contractor will build satellite and communication systems for continued morale, welfare and recreation of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Services also include maintenance, repairs and alterations to aircraft.
Compliance solution for DOD networks is designed to ensure that strict compliance levels are met and vulnerabilities are weeded out.
Overflow costs not accepted by Air Force for new GPS satellites and it cuts Lockheed's fee.
With Novetta, Arlington Capital’s idea was to create a mid-size company large enough to bid on prime contracts and take on large big-data challenges. Will it work?
New hacker campaign also promises in-person protests outside offices of supporters of Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.
Acquired company will become part of Exelis Geospatial Systems division’s power-solutions business.
GDIT will assist the Army's 160th Signal Brigade upgrade enterprise communications for the U.S. Central Command.
It might take years but cloud computing will have a long-lasting and fundamental impact on everything in the government market. Now is the time to prepare.