The Securities and Exchange Commission are weighing four different approaches to how it will procure operations and maintenance and modernization services for its online Edgar database of financial filings.
In part two of our Q&A with Lockheed Martin's Linda Gooden, she talks about her roots, and what the future might hold.
As she approaches retirement, Lockheed Martin's Linda Gooden shares the challenges, triumphs and principles that shaped her career leading the largest IT contractor in the government market.
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, SAIC lays the groundwork for creating two publicly traded companies, one called SAIC, the other Leidos. The filing covers the structure of the new SAIC, market challenges and revenues.
Wyle wins a $1.76 billion recompete at NASA that lands the company its largest contract award to provide health and science support to human space flight operations.
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.
Kay Kapoor has been tapped to take over leadership of AT&T's federal business. She comes to the company after a stint at Accenture and 20 years at Lockheed Martin.
Deltek has picked Michael Krone, their comptroller to be its new chief financial officer.
The Air Force is considering development of a small-business contract for cybersecurity services.
CACI International has replaced its CEO with a former Lockheed executive, in a move driven by a desire to bolster its business development activities.
The Homeland Security Department is close to the demonstration phase on a $390 million contract to develop a network to protect U.S. borders.
DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION
The Office of Personnel Management is planning a 10-year contract to consolidate five data centers into one hosted facility.
As the Air Force develops a new contract for systems engineering and integration, it is exploring what role small businesses can play.
Gerard DeMuro, lead of General Dynamics information systems and technology group, will retire Feb. 28