Lockheed Martin, Zygem debut slicing edge 'lab on a chip'

The companies will release their rapid DNA analysis platform this summer.

A-T Solutions wins $90M contract to support DOD 'Red Team'

The contract will support the Defense Department's Red Team.

HP assists GSA in strengthening government ID security

Under the USAccess program, HP will deliver identity credentials to secure federal facilities and ensure the identities of more than 500,000 federal employees and contractors.

CACI award extends health, safety support at TSA facilities

Contractor will continue providing program management support to develop and maintain an effective safety and health program at the agency.

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.

Where are the silver linings in the 2013 federal IT budget?

The proposed budget adheres to legislated constraints but also offers contractors opportunities if they know where to look and how to go after them.

DHS plans industry day to highlight IT priorities

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

2013 budget proposal puts IT on short leash

Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to slash federal IT in some areas but expand its use when it can streamline government operations. The budget also includes an overall 8-percent reduction in Small Business Administration technical assistance programs.

IJIS Institute recognizes outstanding member

IJIS Institute recognizes a law enforcement and police safety software provider for outstanding work.

ManTech wins Navy task order worth $91M

Task order will provide engineering and technical support to NAWCAD.

CCSi names former TASC exec its homeland security director

Suzanne Petrie Liscouski has had years of experience in the Defense Department, White House and Homeland Security Department.

Citizant hires operations VP to boost customer services

Dean Daghita most recently worked at SRA International, where as a VP he was responsible for program and technical execution.

Better government management is in reach

Student ideas reveal effective management techniques that could be adopted today in agencies.

Jacobs’ award continues tech support at AF armament center

Jacobs will provide systems engineering and integration support for virtually all Air Force air-launched weapon systems at the Air Armament Center at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.

Students demand 'tough love' for TSA screener

Should a dedicated public servant who makes a mistake get a second chance? Steve Kelman's students give a surprising answer.

Is small business ready for DHS' $3B FirstSource II?

The Homeland Security Department's new seven-year, $3 billion FirstSource II contract should be a dream for small busiesses but can they meet the agency's multitude of demands?

SAIC upgrades give TSA a closer examination of baggage

Science Applications International Corp. will improve the Transportation Security Administration's baggage-screening capabilities and reduce false alarms with a $25 million order for new imaging equipment.

Chertoff joins InfoZen board

Former DHS secretary Michael Chertoff will bring his homeland security expertise to the company.

Parsons makes $350M deal to pull services unit out of Cobham

Parsons Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Sparta Inc. and its subsidiaries from Cobham plc for $350 million.

SAIC provides engineering help to Navy center

Science Applications International Corp. will provide management and engineering assistance to the Navy under a three-year prime contract that has a ceiling value of more than $10 million.