DHS

Harris wins $7M radio order under $3B TacCom vehicle

Harris will provide two types of radios under its TacCom vehicle to the DHS, Coast Guard and FEMA.

ICF takes on data fusion center support for DHS

ICF International will suppport the DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis, State and Local program office under an $18.1 million contract to sustain and improve the integrated network of state and major urban area fusion centers.

Unisys scores $504M DHS task order under Alliant contract

Under task order, Unisys will operate, maintain, upgrade and enhance a suite of applications managed by TASPO.

DHS might add rules to protect subcontractors

The Homeland Security Department is suggesting changes to the Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation designed to prevent 'windfalls' for contractors.

General Dynamics, EADS form team for border security work

Defense giants form partnership to pursue SBInet replacement and other border opportunities.

TASC wins life-cycle tasks for DHS Nuclear Detection Office

Company wins three tasks worth $54 million to assist three Domestic Nuclear Detection Office directorates.

Shared services poised to reshape the federal market

Industry should brace for impact as the government adopts more shared services, CIO warns.

DHS plans $8B spending spree by Sept. 30

The Homeland Security Department has more than half of its IT budget yet to obligate in fiscal 2012.

Senator knocks government spending on contractors

Federal spending on contractor services is out of control and must be reined in, according to Sen. Claire McCaskill.

Former DHS secretary joins Noblis board of trustees

Michael Chertoff, who served as DHS secretary from 2005 to 2009, co-authored the Patriot Act.

DHS demands turnkey-ready border system

The Homeland Security Department is giving a strong warning to vendors about its needs for the next phase of border surveillance technology strategy.

DHS plans industry day to highlight IT priorities

Sessions will cover five key mission areas including cyber, securing borders and disaster recovery.

DHS planning electronic-bidding option to replace paper

In an effort to keep contractors' wallets fatter and streamline their focus, DHS wants to replace paper bids with Web portals for proposals.

State's chief information security officer to lead DHS cybersecurity efforts

The new head of the Homeland Security Department's National Cybersecurity Division will come from the State Department.

$27B later, Deepwater project killed

The Coast Guard officials didn't mince words in declaring the decade-old acquisition program over. What lessons do they say they learned?

Firm tapped to protect DHS facilities from violence

Visionary Integration Professionals wins $17.2 million project to help protect government facilities from acts of violence.

ManTech’s IT support to DHS props up Safety Act

ManTech International’s four-year award will provide the DHS Office of Science and Technology with IT services to support the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology Act of 2002.