HP creates HAVEn big data platform from several acquisitions

HP has combined the technologies that it's picked up through its acquisitions to provide a big data offering called HAVEn.

HP captures $220M Indiana Medicaid contract

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services adds to its large stable of Medicaid clients as it captures a contract to build a new Medicaid management information system for Indiana.

Who won May's biggest contracts?

May was the busiest month of the year so far with 52 contract awards. We countdown the top 10 winners. See who made the cut.

Three Top 100 firms to fight for asset management system

Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Science Applications International will compete for $50 million in task orders under a Navy contract to help its doctors and health care providers track assets around the world.

15 win $900M Navy command, control contract

Fifteen companies won a $900 million contract from the Space and Naval Ware Systems Center to provide a variety of services supporting command and control, intelligence and other combat systems.

Is quantum computing the next big thing?

With companies like Lockheed, HP, IBM and Microsoft pumping money into quantum computing, and the CIA contributing millions to its development, can we be that far from a major breakthrough?

Signs of an HP comeback

Things are looking brighter for Hewlett-Packard, as it rebounds on Wall Street and awaits a showdown on its biggest government contract.

Who won Februrary's biggest contracts?

February was a slow month when it comes to contracts, but it still had its share of large awards. We countdown the big winners for the month.

HP nabs $48M contract to aid health care reform

HP Enterprise Services has won a contract to help the state of Vermont reach its health care goals.

Another delay for $5B Navy NGEN

The Navy has pushed back the award date for the $5 billion NMCI replacement, but let's hope it's to make the best decision.

Is Microsoft Dell's $2B white knight?

Microsoft may invest $2 billion in Dell as part of a move to take the company private.

Will HP sell its services business?

Hewlett-Packard Co. is getting calls from potential buyers interested in its services business and its troubled Autonomy acquisition.


What were 2012's top issues and trends?

Editor Nick Wakeman looks back at 2012, and picks the stories and trends that had the biggest impact on 2012, and some that we'll continue to feel in 2013.

HP faces break up pressure

Speculation and perhaps investor pressure is rising for Hewlett-Packard to break itself up as concerns surface about its acquisition of Autonomy and other questionable strategic moves.

Who are the biggest contractors at DHS?

The top 20 contractors at DHS take in over a third of all the spending the agency does with contractors. Who tops the list?

HP joins growing list of recent cloud contract winners

HP joins a growing list of recent cloud integration contract winners with VA's recent award of $36 million order for Microsoft 365.

TechAmerica taps new chairman of the board

Dennis Stolkey of HP Enterprise Services replaces Peter J. Boni of Safeguard Scientifics, who will remain on the board.

College grads pick contractors as desirable employers

Government contractors will be represented on a list of the 100 most desirable places to work, according to a survey of recent college grads.

Is the glass ceiling for women shattering?

More government contractors are being run by women than ever before. Is this a real change in the market?

Dream dinner: Whitman, Lawrie talk HP and CSC challenges

If Editor Nick Wakeman could invite two people to dinner, it would be HP's Meg Whitman and CSC's Mike Lawrie. Tough talk about challenges and change would be on the menu along with crabs, ribs and cold beer.