Company's payment includes corrective actions it owes Virginia after Northrop's equipment failed, crippling several state agencies last year.
The economic crisis and government budget cuts may be forcing feds to tighten their belts, but that hasn't stopped them from embracing today's latest technology, according to a new survey. In fact, it's those new tech solutions that are helping them survive during the cash crunch.
Granicus Inc., a government media provider, has acquired Daystar Computer Systems, a provider of agenda management products and services to government agencies. Financial details of the transaction were not reported.
CH2M Hill is buying one of its units, but Booz Allen remains committed to federal transportation market.
HP will focus on data centers, mobility and citizen services as it takes over San Diego County's IT operations.
The Homeland Security Department names seven communities as winners of a one-time demonstration program to help communities on the Mexican and Canadian borders acquire new technologies for interoperable communications.
The legal pot industry has prompted small businesses to roll out new software to meet its growing needs.
Purchases on the General Services Administration's Schedule 70 by state and local governments as well as public educational groups grew 7.5 percent in federal fiscal 2010 to $608 million, according to a new report from Input.
The company will improve tax collection and processing procedures that could bring in $2.8 billion in new revenue.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Research Park Corp. on April 21 officially opened the Cync Program incubator facility to attract more technology companies to develop solutions to counter cybersecurity threats.
Northrop Grumman is gutting its new headquarters in Falls Church, Va., to be ready for a late-summer move-in. Only about half of its California-based staff will make the move.
Northrop Grumman units have given notice of possible layoffs and furloughs in Virginia and Alabama, according to news reports.
Five Wisconsin lawmakers are urging the VA and Defense departments to consider the benefits of a single vendor for an electronic health record system, according to a Nextgov report.
Hewlett-Packard Co. has won a five-year, $176 million services agreement with the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy to strengthen Medicaid operations and help position the state for health care reform.
Mark Borkowski, assistant commissioner of Customs and Border Protection's Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition, outlined procurement plans for the next phase of border security in the southwestern United States.