For the first six months of 2011, GTSI's revenue dropped by 40 percent, but the company says it has “significantly improved results.” What's the company's good news?
GTSI Corp. will provide the Army with biometric identification hardware and software kits under a 16-month contract worth $159 million.
GTSI is tasked with bringing cost-saving IT services to the Federal Aviation Administration as part of the SAVES program.
GTSI's first quarter gets a double whammy -- the lingering effects of its SBA suspension and the impact of budget delays.
GTSI CEO Sterling Phillips has been appointed to the Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Government on the Cloud, also known as the Cloud2 Initiative.
GTSI Corp.’s fourth quarter and fiscal 2010 were significantly affected by the Small Business Administration’s temporary suspension of the company in October and the costs involved in getting that suspension lifted, the company reported today.
The New Year brings challenges and opportunities for many companies. Editor Nick Wakeman picks nine companies worth following in 2011.
OMB's procurement policy chief is shifting the emphasis from the contract award process to managing contracts after they have been awarded.
GTSI's new CEO discusses the company's future, rumors of a sale and the impact of low morale in part two of our interview with him. What is his strategy for the company?
In part one of a two part interview, GTSI's new president and CEO, Sterling Phillips, discusses what GTSI has weathered so far. How have customers, employees and partners reacted?
Former Analex CEO joins the reseller after its own CEO resigned amid a contracting scandal.
The Small Business Administration has suspended EG Solutions and MultimaxArray FirstSource until they can address accusations of acting as fronts to pass small-business work to large company subcontractors.