Guident will provide emergency management assistance to the Environmental Protection Agency under a two-year task order that could be worth as much as $8 million.
EPA's contracting officers were roughly four months late turning in their contractor performance evaluations, a new report says.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide technical services and information technology to the Environmental Protection Agency under a five-year contract that could be worth more than $26 million if all options are exercised.
AT&T wins Networx contract that will help EPA modernize its telecommunications systems and increase network security.
SRA International Inc. is acquiring Perrin Quarles Associates Inc., a privately held consulting firm that specializes in environmental program development and air quality and climate change implementation.
Catapult Technology Ltd. has won program management support contracts from the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science Foundation that have a combined value of $5.1 million.
On nearly half of audited task orders, the Environmental Protection Agency's labor-hour estimate and the contractor’s proposed cost were the same, a new report says.
In her new role at CGI Federal, Molly O’Neill plans to draw on her past experience with issues such as data sharing and Web 2.0.
O'Neill, former EPA chief information officer, joins CGI Federal as vice president.
CGI Federal Inc. will support the Environmental Protection Agency’s data exchange system under a three-year, $67 million contract.
Brad Boston wins Eagle award for industry at annual gala.
Avineon Inc. has hired Mark O’Connell as director of strategic development for its Federal Systems Division.
ICF Inc. will assist the Environmental Protection Agency with risk assessment technology under a five-year contract that has a ceiling of $21 million.
SRA International will support the EPA’s conflict-resolution programs under a five-year, $55 million contract renewal.
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded contracts to 23 companies to develop green technologies as part of its small business innovation research program.
Computer Sciences Corp. and its protégé company Vision Technologies Inc. will provide infrastructure services to the Environmental Protection Agency under an eight-year contract that has a cumulative value of $102 million.
SRA International Inc. will continue providing public information management assistance to the Environmental Protection Agency under a five-year blanket purchase agreement worth as much as $42 million.
ICF International will assist the Environmental Protection Agency help develop clean energy and climate change policies under a five-year contract that has a ceiling of $11.3 million.
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