GTSI's parent company, Unicom Global, is rebranding the 30-year-old resller as Unicom Government, effectively marking the end of GTSI as a brand name in the government market.
GTSI COO, Jeremy Wensinger, who held the role when the company was public and independent, has left the firm.
NASA is set to release a draft RFP for SEWP V, the fifth generation of the lucractive IT product and services contract.
Sterling Phillips, who is credited with turning around GTSI and then selling the company, has been named CEO of U.S. Investigations Services.
Internal Revenue Service
InSysCo wins five task orders under TIPSS-4 to support the IRS.
GTSI Chief Technology Officer Jim Sweeney brings his views on the critical role contractors play in helping customers understand and embrace the power of cloud computing.
Where does GTSI's new owner, Unicom Global, see opportunities ahead in the government market?
Unicom plans to conclude merger as soon as practicable and without vote or meeting of GTSI stockholders.
The multiple award contract provides a mechanism for a wide array of computer equipment for the Corps.
Permitted 30-day period to solicit alternative acquisition proposals ends without better offer.
Company realizes 8.6 percent increase in revenue for first quarter 2012 compared to corresponding quarter a year ago.
Unicom takes plunge into the government market with acquisition of GTSI Corp. What is it getting that it couldn't build on its own?