The company continues to make acquisitions and invest in research in new growth markets. Where are they putting their money?
Swap calls for one share of Engility for every six shares of L-3 common stock.
Goal is to help agency shift 80 percent of its computing environment to the cloud by 2015.
As the government wants to buy more technology-as-a-service, Verizon Federal sees a growing business opporunity.
The work at Fort Gordon, Ga., also includes developing modeling and simulation, information-dissemination management tools, data, products and analysis.
Cloud-based system will give consumers and employers more information when making health insurance selections.
Combining the two firms' e-discovery capabilities will result in expanded solutions for government clients.
Science Applications International Corp. files protest in bid to regain huge lost contract.
L-3 Communications Inc. spins out is technical services business in a move that should allow each part of the business to bring greater focus to their markets.
John Jumper succeeds A. Thomas Young, who will continue on board as an independent director
Harris has delivered growth in a down market but plans moves to build for future growth.
New facility’s goal is to better serve federal contractors, especially DOD and intelligence community.
CACI's acquisition of Delta Solutions brings more financial management and transformation skills to the company.
Contract calls for initial engineering technical analysis, project budgeting analysis and coordination support, among others.
New software will aid in collection and dissemination of intelligence data from manned and unmanned sensors and systems.