• M&A

    Booz Allen builds on Vision 2020 strategy with SPARC acquisition

    Booz Allen Hamilton has acquired the software services unit of SPARC in a move that complements Booz Allen’s overarching company strategy, Vision 2020. Read More

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    Will bomber deal spark more changes at Northrop?

    Northrop Grumman has captured the $55 billion Air Force contract to build the Long Range Strike Bomber. What kind of changes does this win spark for the company? Read More

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    Northrop restructures. Is a spin-off next?

    Northrop Grumman is breaking up its Information Systems sector in a move that the company says better positions itself to serve customers. That's true, but is something else also afoot? Read More

  • M&A

    L-3 bolsters sensor processing with ForceX deal

    L-3 Communications furthers its repositioning with the acquisition of ForceX, a company steeped in ISR mission management and geospatial applications. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Dell-EMC: Let the revolution begin

    Dell's $67 billion deal for EMC makes good on Michael Dell's 2013 promise to remake Dell and puts what we once saw as just a PC maker into the heart of the enterprise. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    Managed services drove Raytheon's Foreground Security acquisition

    A Raytheon executive explains how the demand for managed security services led the company to acquire Foreground Security. Read More

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    Lockheed rumor mill goes for a spin

    A report has surfaced naming possible buyers of Lockheed Martin's IT business, but are these serious talks or just fishing trips? Read More

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  • Nick Wakeman

    Raytheon makes another cyber deal

    Raytheon Co. has acquired Foreground Security to add to its managed security services solutions and professional services capabilities related to cybersecurity. Read More

  • Nick Wakeman

    LGS Innovations closes first deal

    After talking to 100 companies, LGS Innovations found the "one" and closed its first deal with the acquisition of Axios Inc. Read More

  • COMPANIES

    Revenues, profits trending downward for many govcon firms

    Government contractors are making less revenue and profits largely due to unnecessary and costly compliance requirements, according to a recent Grant Thornton survey. Read More

  • M&A

    Carlyle, Chertoff make cyber play

    The Carlyle Group and the Chertoff Group have joined forces to buy a majority stake in Coalfire Systems, a company that provides audit and compliance services around cybersecurity. Read More

  • COMPANY NEWS

    Layoffs planned for HP Enterprise Services

    HP plans to cut as many as 30,000 people from its payroll as it prepares to split off the HP Enterprise Services business into a separate entity. Read More

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