General Dynamics Information Technology will develop secure credentials for immigrants seeking employment within the United States under a new contract with the Homeland Security Department.
CSC will design and teach cybersecurity courses for the General Service Administration under a new $85 million contract.
The Coast Guard has selected General Dynamics Information Technology to help operate and maintain its telecommunications and information systems.
A U.S. District Court judge refuses to dismiss the False Claims Act lawsuit against the Deepwater contractors and sets trial for next year.
American Systems Corp., Analytic Services Inc. and Ideal Innovations Inc., have won a multiple award contract to compete for approximately $145 million in task orders to provide forensic services to the Army.
The Homeland Security Department is advertising for a contractor that can provide a regular data feed on bioterrorism events and emerging disease outbreaks such as swine flu.
The Homeland Security Department's top intelligence official told a House subcommittee how IT would help share security information.
The Homeland Security Department is considering getting rid of all functional categories and allowing broad competition for the possible EAGLE II-Unrestricted acquisition vehicle.
SGIS will provide scientific, engineering and technical assistance to the Army’s space and missile defense program under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $450 million.
The Transportation Security Administration will acquire explosives detection technology from Reveal Imaging Technologies Inc. under a new $30 million contract.
Lawmakers scolded Homeland Security Department officials for the latest round of delays on the SBInet electronic border surveillance project.
EF Johnson Technologies Inc. will provide two-way radios and accessories to the Defense Department under two contracts worth nearly $10 million.
DHS' Inspector General finds 70 examples where officials didn't follow federal acquisition rules in awarding noncompetitive contracts.
Despite some progress, DHS still has problems with managing major IT investments, the GAO finds.
The Office of the CIO for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is looking for a contractor that can take over disaster recovery planning and management.