Loss of approximately $27 million in Base Realignment and Closure-related contract work among the reasons cited for revenue drop during first quarter.
Planned sale will streamline organization and more closely align portfolio with company strategy.
CGI will deliver a new solution for claims, policy management and billing for Ohio's Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
New facility will house employees from across Northrop Grumman's Health IT Division.
W. Greg Henson will help NCI penetrate new markets, including large strategic customer accounts.
Shrinking domestic sales are prompting U.S. and European defense contractors to consider M&As, Christopher Kubasik tells the Wall Street Journal.
Contract calls for development and delivery of 24 new training devices and program management and engineering services.
Craig Reed and John Heller will help implement the spin-off and then take leadership positions within the newly created Engility Corp.
In addition to relocating from the Garden State, DRS Technologies also has reorganized itself into three new operating groups.
$80 million award calls for creating a single architecture and joint execution strategy for the two agencies.
Contract extends Lockheed’s maintenance, operations, hosting and development services for the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System.
Revenue grows for the first quarter of the 2012, but federal business remains soft.
Richard A. Clarke has spent three decades at the highest government levels including the Defense and State departments and 11 years with the White House.
Lockheed Martin's CEO plans 2012 exit with successor named to take his plan.
The new company will be located in office space currently occupied by L-3 Communications in Chantilly, Va.