The telecom company promotes Kevin Kelly to COO and creates a wireless business unit with offices in Virginia, New Jersey and Colorado.
Harris wins an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract to provide Southern Command partner nations with military communications and field assistance.
Computer Sciences Corp. will support the Navy's overseas network, ONE-NET, under a contract that could be worth as much as $145 million.
In the first technology upgrade of the military’s portable radio devices in more than two decades, Raytheon Co. will design new lighter, power-efficient transmitter devices with more secure encryption technology.
New estimates for the value of the IT infrastructure contract give it a $10 billion price tag.
A new $139 million Navy SeaPort-e order calls for CACI to provide an array of communications technology to the Defense Department and other federal agencies.
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LGS Innovations is teaming with the Energy Department to build a $62 million expanded bandwidth Ethernet network that will allow scientists to develop new technologies and innovations for energy, climate and other research.
Startup company Silver Lining wants to win mobile IT contracts from federal agencies and statewide education systems so it is offering some pilot concepts in Virginia and West Virginia.
Unisys Corp. will install cloud-based Google Apps for Government for some 5,000 Energy Department lab employees in Idaho under a 10-year contract with a potential value of more than $10 million.
GSA's 10-year contract includes both large and small businesses. Who made the final cut?
The Veterans Affairs Department has concluded that a mobile device management solution will overcome any security hurdles.
TWD, a mid-size communications company in Arlington, Va., will provide the Navy with a broad range of IT services under a $121 million SeaPort-e Task Order, the largest unrestricted task order in the company’s history.
SAIC will provide information assurance and other IT support to the Navy under a prime contract.
The telecommunications company and former subsidiary of Lockheed Martin will pay $650 million in cash to acquire TARGUS Information, a provider of caller-identification services.