The General Services Administration is preparing for a massive flood of orders from agencies for help in spending money from the economic stimulus law.
Avineon Inc. has hired Mark O’Connell as director of strategic development for its Federal Systems Division.
Qwest Communications International is the second Networx vendor to win a Trusted Internet Connections contract.
The tax agency found that federal employees were more cost effective than the debt contractors.
EDS Corp. will operate data centers for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under a six-year task order with a ceiling value of $19.8 million.
President Obama wants more oversight of no-bid contracts and to have agencies review their existing contracts to expose waste.
The newly formed Torrent Government Contracting Services LLC plans to bid on federal and state government contracts with business partners that include Wells Fargo and Co., Connective Technologies Inc. and ChoicePoint.
Systems integrators see growing opportunities to help states weather the economic downturn.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue providing technical support services to the Louisiana Social Services Department under a new contract.
The company will design, build and operate a full biometric identification management system under a three-year, $68 million contract.
Maximus Inc. will provide administrative assistance to Iowa under a three-year contract worth about $7.1 million.
TechAmerica is the new name of the merged AeA and Information Technology Association of America.
Computer Sciences Corp. will continue to manage Federal Bureau of Investigation call center operations under a five-year task order that has a potential value of $59 million.
Affiliated Computer Services will continue supporting the Education Department’s student loan program under a one-year contract extension valued at $190 million.
Obama signs executive orders that strengthen workers rights for contractor employees.