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SAIC signs an agreement for more monitoring by the Army to prove it is a responsible contractor.
SAIC's Canadian business wins electronic health records work in Regina, Saskatchewan.
CenturyLink will perform work in GSA Region 8 offices in Colorade, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah.
When 40 percent of incumbents lose recompetes, you had better not take customer relationships for granted.
The task order contract stipulates a slew of support services.
Lockheed Martin will build the spacecraft to launch in 2016 under a $425 million contract.
The Treasury Department might add a clause to future contracts to encourage the hiring of more women and minorities by contractors.
URS Corp.'s federal services division adds Debbie Thurman to lead their contracts team.
The companies that earned a spot on Washington Technology's Fast 50 list this year tell a story of growth, resiliency and diversity. How have they managed in a tough market?
The Homeland Security Department is suggesting changes to the Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation designed to prevent 'windfalls' for contractors.
Recently retired Army Vice Chief of Staff General Peter W. Chiarelli joins Harris Corp. board of directors, effective immediately.
Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon to perform work in different locations to develop three-dimensional radar systems by November 2013.
Octo Consulting Group targets hot market niches such as health IT and big data for growth as it expands its offerings.