Salient Federal Solutions Inc. acquires two companies in a single deal as it adds software development and cybersecurity offerings.
Since announcing the formation of a public-sector practice less than two years ago, BoxTone has seen a threefold increase in its government sales and has racked up key contract wins with several federal agencies.
Boeing has established a Commercial Satellite Services unit to market satellite telecommunications services, including hosted payloads, to the federal government and other satellite users.
Booz Allen Hamilton will help the Federal Highway Administration enhance intelligent transportation systems under a five-year, $114 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.
BAE Systems Inc. has won a pair of competitive task orders from the Defense Intelligence Agency, under the Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (SITE) contract, totaling approximately $350 million.
Juniper brings its technology and IBM its man-power and might to bring mobile security options to the enterprise.
Under a subcontract, Level 3 will provide content delivery services under a cloud model for the FBI.
Science Applications International Corp. captures huge contract to build a secure IT network infrastructure for the State Department. Who made their team?
EchoStar Corp. plans to buy broadband satellite network provider Hughes Communications Inc. in a deal worth around $2 billion, including the assumption of debt, according to media reports.
Harris Corp. will assist the Army detect biological warfare agents as the result of a $9 million order for its high-frequency radios. They will be used by the Joint Biological Point Detection System, which detects and identifies biological warfare agents.
The new National Security Space Strategy outlines how the U.S. government will manage its space industrial base, defend its space assets and share space-based resources with allies.
ICF International will provide a variety of consumer-related services to the Veterans Affairs Department under a new five-year, $10 million contract through High Performance Technologies Inc.
General Dynamics Corp. and Hewlett Packard Co. will provide network and data center services to the U.S. Special Operations Command under a pair of contracts that have a combined value of more than $151 million.
The company will use commercial technologies to modernize the wireless infrastructure at 10 sites.
The Army has awarded the low-rate initial production of its next-generation tactical communications network to General Dynamics Corp. under a contract with a ceiling of $2.8 billion.