The Navy's contract to upgrade its shipboard networks is expected to be awarded Feb. 1.
The work covers shore systems, mobile and airborne communications testing and certification.
Honorees are recognized for their talent within the field of technology.
The nine will compete for tasks in systems engineering, information assurance and program management among others. Who made the cut?
The $11.5 million project gives 25,000 NOAA employees e-mail access through Google Apps for Government.
Follow-on award calls for network-centric support and training at various Air Force centers.
New contract continues around-the-clock network services that began in 1997 under the Managed Network Services award.
The Air Force is seeking input from businesses on developing a wearable computer system.
Current modernizing of Air Force network systems will include AFNet hardware with system engineering, and software configuration.
The $47 million contract includes spare parts, assemblies, engineering support and other logistics needed to keep the Common Ground Stations technically current and fully operational.
The contractor and its subs will develop and deploy a system that provides a unified, federated view of VA data repositories throughout the United States.
Tampa Microwave’s core capabilities include the design, development and manufacture of satellite communications terminals.
$42.4 million BPA calls for Jacobs to assist Marines manage acquisition of IT infrastructure services.
Under a DARPA program, Northrop Grumman will conduct research to develop innovative RF power amplifier designs.
Harris continues hardware and software support for the Air Force’s weather satellite system under a new five-year, $25 million contract.