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SAIC wins VA task to improve information management

Contractor will help manage systems and programs for VA benefits programs.

L-3 unit snares $39.5M submarine systems win

L-3 Services Inc. division secures a naval contract to work on submarine combat systems.

L-3 shells out $132M cash for UK aircraft training biz

Once completed, the deal will give L-3 a full range of training system solutions for military and commercial customers.

Former NRC CIO drawn to ActioNet's agility, innovation

New hire will help align customers with the technological advances needed to grow business.

Was Salient's acquisition of ATSC a winner?

The acquisition has given Salient access to the $50 billion Alliant GWAC and legacy ties to the Housing and Urban Development Department.

Army shopping for total storage virtualization

The Army wants a storage virtualization system to support its data center consolidation plans, according to its notice on FedBizOpps.gov.

CBP exposes contractor trade secrets in surveillance project

Customs and Border Protection took down documents included in a solicitation for the "virtual border fence" project that may have included proprietary contractor information.

Jacobs gains $157M Army engineering, tech aid contract

West Coast engineering company is assisting the Program Executive Office Soldier programs

Do you know your customers' top 5 challenges?

Leading CTOs explain the biggest challenges -- and your opportunities -- that government agencies face today.

Dell goes north of border for latest acquisition

Acquisition of Make Technologies gives computer giant end-to-end solutions from hardware through application migration services.

Are your employees on a BYOD binge?

A new study found that only 9 percent of organizations are "fully aware" of the personal mobile devices accessing their networks.

BAE provides DOD with life-cycle management, software services

Objective is to provide life-cycle software development engineering to the DOD Intelligence Information System and intelligence community.

Videoconferencing investments not affected by GSA Vegas scorcher

The ruckus raised by GSA resignations and the squandering of taxpayer dollars have not dissuaded the agency from its prior tele-investments.

Cloud computing gets more complicated, govvies say

Federal executives find that the decision to migrate to the cloud is not just a go-no go decision.

STRATIS selects UMD, MIT labs as IT research partners

They will jointly pursue technology research and development projects to enhance complex computing capabilities.

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