Companies will now compete to help VA improve communications with veterans.
SRA International Inc. saw revenue grow almost 10 percent over the same quarter last year. What's behind their growth?
SRA International Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, Project Performance Corp., ICF International Inc. and Alon Inc. have been awarded prime positions on the EPA’s $100 million Information Technology Solutions-Business Information Strategic Support II contract.
SRA International Inc. and four other contractors will vie for tasks under a newly announced Defense Department blanket purchase agreement that has an estimated value of $100 million over five years, if all options are exercised.
Documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week trace the process behind the $1.9 billion sale of SRA International Inc. to Providence Equity Partners.
SRA International Inc. is being sold to an affiliate of Providence Equity Partners in an all-cash deal.
Among the budget delays and economic worries, government contractors are still finding opportunities for growth. But they also are focused on controlling costs and investing in infrastructure.
SRA International Inc. has won a five-year, $14.4 million Defense Department task order to provide research-and-development assistance to the Special Operations Command.
ICF International Inc. is one of five companies to be awarded a new Environmental Protection Agency contract to support the agency's Information Technology Solutions - Business Information Strategic Support II program. The five-year, $107.6 million contract to ICF International is the largest of the five awards.
SRA International Inc. today reported $434.8 million in revenue in the second quarter of fiscal 2011, which ended Dec. 31, 2010, for a 5.3 percent increase from $412.8 million in the December 2009 quarter.
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