The company will use commercial technologies to modernize the wireless infrastructure at 10 sites.
The Army has awarded the low-rate initial production of its next-generation tactical communications network to General Dynamics Corp. under a contract with a ceiling of $2.8 billion.
Acquisition of cloud service provider moves forward Verizon's 'everything-as-a-service model.'
Mobile security and solutions company Good Technology released a report showing iPhones and iPads making significant gains in the enterprise market.
A quartet of contractors will provide IT systems for ships, submarines and land-based facilities for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command and other prospective U.S. government and foreign military customers.
ManTech International Corp. will help protect and secure the FBI’s classified communications infrastructure from domestic and foreign cyber threats by providing cybersecurity services under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $10.5 million.
Harris Corp. will upgrade communications networks at 23 Army Medical Treatment facilities for the Army’s U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command under a one-year contract worth $10.6 million.
DISA releases the request for proposals for a $4.6 billion single award contract.
Harris Corp., Computer Sciences Corp., General Dynamics Information Technology and Cisco Systems are teaming to pursue an anticipated five-year, Navy Department contract to provide network transport services for the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) initiative.
Hughes Network Systems unveiled the Virtual Field Office Server, another piece in its ongoing suite of offerings for the far-flung reaches of federal agencies.
After years of speculation, the iPhone is finally coming to the Verizon network, breaking the lock AT&T has had on the Apple smart phone since 2007.
The U.S. Postal Service is looking for data transport services, network operations and wireless communications, among other areas.
Acquisition of Innovative Solutions International brings consulting and engineering capabilities related to satellite communications.
Alion Science and Technology Corp. will conduct performance evaluations on the Graph Understanding and Analysis for Rapid Detection – Deployed On the Ground (Guard Dog) program, under a three-year, $4.5 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The Army is collecting information that might lead to a contract to support tactical command and control systems.