Upgrade will improve a mobile system that provides air-traffic services for the rapid deployment of troops and equipment.
Task orders will provide support and services to Naval Education Training and Professional Development and Technology Center.
Serco wins $9 million award to help predict number of soldiers needed every seven years.
CACI award will replace aging IT with new technologies.
The $6.1 million task order, which is new business for the contractor, falls under NCI’s Total Engineering and Integration Services contract.
Task order will improve the Marines' logistics chain-management program by replacing 40-year-old supply and maintenance IT systems.
GD’s Advanced Information Systems unit will continue cyber network defense, operations and exploitation support for the Air Force's 35th Intelligence Squadron.
Original bidders tapped to take over iEHR contract after original awardee was canceled.
System High Corp. claims the large contractor unfairly terminated subcontracts as retaliation.
U.S., Australian Navy gain lion’s share of contract work.
The system would allow soldiers and others to conduct battlefield-jamming operations with minimal frequency interference with friendly forces.
It would eliminate contractors' ability to point out even simple mistakes or offer their perspective on circumstances when the agency officials view it different way, critics say.
The contract will support the Defense Department's Red Team.
The contract calls for helping the Army more effectively engage with its geographically, culturally and linguistically diverse audience.
The contractors will provide engineering and prototyping integration, software integration, and technical support services at the Navy’s Charleston, S.C., facilities.