SAIC has won a five-year Homeland Security Department training contract for FEMA that could be worth as much as $104 million.
L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. will create a secure driver’s license system for South Dakota under a seven-year contract.
L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. will provide identification and enrollment services to agencies of the Indiana government under a four-year, $13 million contract.
California will get the most jobs from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, according to a private company tracking the stimulus spending.
Computer Sciences Corp. will support the DHS program that gives priority to authorized users on emergency networks.
The Health and Human Services Department plans to provide $1 billion worth of additional grants to states over a two-year period to support programs that enforce federal child-support mandates.
State and local governments are hurting themselves by imposing too many onerous terms on information technology contractors, according to a trade association.
Unisys Corp. will continue to provide information technology outsourcing services to the Chicago Park District.
Unisys Corp. will improve the statewide communications system used by Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies under an 18-month contract.
Federal contractors will see a significant rise in opportunities stemming from the economic stimulus package, according to new analysis from FedSources Inc.
Kevin Shelly, previously an executive with BearingPoint Inc., has joined Affiliated Computer Services Inc. to oversee that company's government sales teams.
Vivek Kundra takes leave of absence after the arrest of a former employee by the FBI.
Tyler Technologies Inc. has completed its acquisition of PulseMark LLC, a provider of information warehouse solutions.
FBI agents today arrested an information systems security officer for Washington, D.C., and a contractor as a result of a bribery investigation.
The Homeland Security Department will be distributing $1 billion in stimulus funding to airports.