Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. will furnish business intelligence services to the Army National Guard under a new contract.
Hewlett-Packard Co. integration plan has raised a number of questions in the minds of industry observers.
Science Applications International Corp. has won two new civilian agency contracts totaling $226 million.
SAIC will assist the Defense Department in defeating the threat of improvised explosive devises under a new task order.
Cubic Applications will continue instructing U.S. advisors that train Iraq and Afghan security forces under a new contract.
Perot Systems Government Services Inc. has won a $77 million NASA contract for integrated infrastructure and information technology support.
ICF International will provide education and training consulting services to the Army's Maryland Procurement Office.
Harris Corp. will provide the Air Force with a variety of IT support services.
BearingPoint Inc. will provide identity and access management technology to the Marine Corps under a new contract.
CGI Group Inc. will build and operate an electronic marketplace for Ontario's publicly funded education institutions under a new contract.
Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC will provide education and training solutions to the Navy.
ITT Corp. has won a contract from U.S. Army Europe to provide force protection services to Task Force Falcon in Kosovo.
Lockheed Martin will oversee the inventory and distribution of automotive parts used on all U.S. military ground vehicles under a new Defense Logistics Agency contract.
Only about a third of the federal contracting dollars spent in fiscal 2007 were awarded as a result of full competition, compared with about 44 percent in fiscal 2003, a report shows.
The Congressional Budget Office released a report early last month on the use of contractors in Iraq. Predictably, the report generated eye-catching headlines but little in-depth analysis. Yet, as always, that analysis is where the real story lies.