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L.A. cuts back on Google, CSC e-mail project

Citing concerns about security, the L.A. City Council voted to limit Google and Computer Sciences Corp.e-mail migration contract.

Contractor fired after criticizing USAJobs

An Oracle manager loses his job a few days after his comments appear in a newspaper.

ICF makes $100M deal for Web developer

The purchase brings Ironworks’ federal clients, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Veterans Affairs Department.

L-3 to pay $210M for optics and sensors maker

Deal expands L-3's base in electro-optical/infrared market, a key strategic growth area for the company.

9 firms vie for $50M in Navy research tasks

They will be bidding on a variety of research and IT services to support the Naval Health Research Center and other DOD treatment facilities.

General Dynamics follows up on Army ground stations' readiness

The $47 million contract includes spare parts, assemblies, engineering support and other logistics needed to keep the Common Ground Stations technically current and fully operational.

IBM pays $440M for cloud analytics software maker

Purchase will add cloud-based price, promotion and other merchandising and marketing analytics result to IBM’s Smarter Commerce initiative.

Catapult gains NLRB contract extension for IT services

The Bethesda, Md., small business will continue providing help desk, hardware and software, and other IT support to the national arbitration agency.

Cloud market gets boost with FedRAMP release

The Obama administration's plan to accelerate the cloud migration process should streamline the sales process for cloud providers.

Harris team will improve VA computer net management

The contractor and its subs will develop and deploy a system that provides a unified, federated view of VA data repositories throughout the United States.

ManTech provides Army with counter-IED logistics

The $28 million award calls for systems integration and installation, equipment repair, other services.

TASC wins $134M NASA software services award

The contractor and its partners will provide independent verification and validation, software assurance, and other services to the space agency.

A-T Solutions tasked with anti-IED training for Marines

The $38 million task order calls for IED countermeasures training to meet the Marine Air Ground Task Force requirements.

Jacobs adds IT services support for Marines’ next-gen network

$42.4 million BPA calls for Jacobs to assist Marines manage acquisition of IT infrastructure services.

Sotera makes deal for data fusion firm

Addition of cloud-based solutions builds on work with defense and intelligence agencies.

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