The market underwent a rapid transformation after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Government contracting hasn't been the same since.
Lockheed Martin Corp. is acquiring QTC Holdings Inc., a provider of outsourced medical evaluation services to the government. Move builds Lockheed's health IT portfolio.
CGI's Stanley Associates unit will provide processing support for visa applications in Russia and other countries in the region.
The fiscal 2012 National Defense Authorization Act contains more than two dozen significant procurement-related provisions. Some raise serious concerns, others raise questions, and still others could have positive results.
L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. has won a $40 million contract to be the exclusive provider of digital fingerprinting services for the state of Tennessee and process more than 175,000 applicants annually.
House members have asked the Appropriations Committee chairman to keep funding bills free from “provisions inhibiting the utilization of the private sector.”
STG Inc. has won a $7 million contract to develop an outsourcing network for the Housing and Urban Development Department, according to an announcement dated July 19.
Videoconferencing is becoming a compelling technology that can allow government customers to collaborate without leaving their offices or spending time and money on travel.
A coalition of business groups is asking Congress to uphold outsourcing and limit insourcing in the upcoming fiscal 2012 spending bills.
Rep. Mick Mulvaney says impact of insourcing on small businesses needs to be considered.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission turns to Dell for outsourced IT services.
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As part of its sales pitch to Japanese buyers, Lockheed Martin said it would consider building some of the fighter jets in Japan.
Members of Congress are wondering if contractors should be included when agencies are looking at reducing their workforce.
The General Services Administration wants to move enterprise IT management to the cloud. But they have a few questions for industry first.