The Government Accountability Office issued a decision in a bid protest by Qwest filed against an award by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under the Networx contract.
Carl Grivner has resigned as chief executive officer, president and director of XO Holdings Inc., effective April 8.
Level 3 Communications Inc. is acquiring Global Crossing Ltd. in a tax-free, stock-for-stock transaction for approximately $3 billion, including the assumption of approximately $1.1 billion of debt.
After first announcing the planned acquisition in November 2010, Harris Corp. has wrapped up its purchase of Global Connectivity Services from Schlumberger Information Solutions for $397.5 million in cash.
Government operations will be transformed by cutting-edge technologies such as tablets, mobile devices and even 3-D. Is your company ready?
Qwest Communications and CenturyLink complete their merger and the government unit, which holds the Networx contract, will continue to operate as Qwest for the next several months.
An task order in excess of $100 million will make Qwest the Defense Department's sole Internet service provider.
Merger and acquisition activity in the IT and communications sector made a strong recovery in 2010, with more than 1,900 M&A deals, a new IDC survey finds.
As contractors make moves to realign businesses with growing sectors, SAIC is selling off oil and gas IT service units and buoying its acquisition strategy.
Company grabs a piece of space agency's Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program.
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Vendors need to be ready to answer questions about cost, security and applications when their customers look to the cloud computing, writes DLT Solutions CIO Van Ristau.
Three D.C.-area small-business IT contractors will vie for task order work under a Defense Department contract that has a maximum value of $495 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp. is leading a team that captured a seven-year task order for a classified DHS network.
A new report calls for the Navy to stop funding its next-generation networking program until it reviews alternative acquisition strategies.