Harris wins VA health-records contract after it was pulled from ASM Research in January.
At QinetiQ North America, Terri Spoonhour was director of operations in Orlando, Fla., focused on delivering simulation and training solutions.
Company has $3.7 billion in revenue in 2011, up $334.4 million or 9.9 percent from calendar year 2010.
Quarter, fiscal year numbers head south, but company initiates dividend in sign of confidence.
Since assuming operational responsibility last October, the company has processed more than 90 million California Medicaid claims totaling $7.5 billion.
Tony Moraco takes over post from Stu Shea, who was named chief operating officer earlier in the month.
Contractor team will implement a new information system solution for state system.
Former IBM executive succeeds retiring Michael Laphen.
Contractor will upgrade Air Force command and control center for planning, executing and assessing joint air operations.
Single criminal count will be lifted in three years if SAIC complies with all terms of agreement.
Contractor acknowledges it "failed to take actions that might have detected, disrupted or curtailed the charged conspiracies."
Company best known for copiers will streamline IT operations of Texas state agencies with secure, cloud-based services.
The acquisition will expand Dell’s rapidly growing security portfolio.
The farm will connect with the Joint Strike Fighter U.S. Reprogramming Lab’s storage of software and data from F-35 mission tests.
Upgrade will improve a mobile system that provides air-traffic services for the rapid deployment of troops and equipment.