Ericsson sells off federal business to create Oceus, an indpendent U.S. company that will meed broadband wireless demand.
The company best known for its radio communications products will become two separate entities, Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions, within the first few weeks of January.
FCN will support State Departement's efforts to standardize its information technology infrastructure.
NCI will help the Air Force upgrade its wireless network program under a Netcents contract worth approximately $17.3 million.
The Navy has selected four contractors to compete for $96 million in wireless product and services tasks.
Hughes Network Systems believes that it can use its commercial satellite and DSL technologies to be a player in the federal broadband space.
AT&T and Verizon Business earn spots at the top of Gartner's rankings of managed services providers.
TeleCommunication Systems Inc. has won a five-year Defense Department contract worth approximately $49 million to provide the DOD’s military and civilian personnel with on-site computer network operations training in support of the government’s cybersecurity workforce development efforts.
The Army has selected Boeing Co. to build an airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data collection system to support battlefield missions under a contract worth $88.1 million.
Microsoft Corp. complains that GSA amended a request for proposals that resulted in Unisys Corp. winning a $6.7 million contract to create a cloud-based e-mail system using Google Apps. What ticked off the software giant?
With hundreds of contractors standing by in a filled Aberdeen Proving Ground auditorium, the Army unveiled the details of more than $25 billion in contracts that will come to the region.
Science Applications International Corp. will upgrade communications systems for the Homeland Security Department's Customs and Border Protection unit under a two-year task order that could be worth as much as $45 million.
Unisys Corp. has won a General Services Administration contract worth $6.7 million to create a secure, cloud-based e-mail and collaboration platform for the agency.
CACI International Inc. has been awarded a five-year, $29 million task order from the Homeland Security Department to support the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. The work was awarded through the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions (EAGLE) contract vehicle.
Apple Corp. is quietly launching partnerships with large and small prime contractors to chase enterprise information system projects. Who are the early adopters?