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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.
A-T Solutions Inc. will continue to help the FBI with evidence collection software under a new five-year, $3 million contract to continue working with the FBI Evidence Response Team Unit as it modernizes its Evidence Collection and Management system.
AT&T Government Solutions will build a contact call center solution for the Social Security Administration as a result of a contract award through the General Services Administration's Networx Universal contract vehicle that could be worth as much as $286 million to the telecommunications company.
Efforts to replace faulty network equipment have been complicated by problems with U.S. trade law.
TechAmerica President and CEO Phil Bond today urged the upcoming lame duck session of the 111th Congress to take concerted action before adjournment on a range of unresolved IT issues.
Dell Services will provide IT to the Coast Guard under a five-year, $92 million Standard Workstation and Communication Infrastructure Support Blanket Purchase Agreement.
NCI Information Systems Inc. has gotten two task orders from the Defense Department’s Network Centric Solutions contract that have a cumulative value of about $18.5 million.
TeleCommunication Systems Inc. will provide satellite communications assistance to the Military Sealift Command under a $315 million indefinite, delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a guaranteed first-year minimum of $5 million.
Agencies must acquire networking equipment capable of handling IPv6 and enable the new protocols on their networks over the next four years, but finding the right equipment can be a challenge, government and industry officials said.
Harris Corp. will pay approximately $397.5 million to purchase Schlumberger GCS, a provider of global communication services to a wide range of customers in more than 50 countries.
Harris Corp. will deploy a public safety radio system throughout Vermont under a $14 million contract.
AT&T bought InCompass Wireless to add mobile systems integration capabilities, while Ericsson picked up the strategy and technology portion.
CGI Federal Inc. will provide a range of technology services to two federal organizations, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Architect of the Capitol, for a combined value of $41 million.
The Future Commercial Satellite Communications Acquisition contract now has enough contractors to begin competitions for work under the $5 billion Schedules program.