L-3 unit will upgrade Marine Corps’ remote sensor system

L-3 Communications Inc. subsidiary L-3 Nova Engineering will provide equipment, upgrades and repairs, and program management services under a $52.8 million Defense Department follow-on contract to support the Marine Corps' Tactical Remote Sensor Systems program.

Lawmakers call for improved counterterrorism IT

Members of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee make recommendations for improvements to IT systems agencies use for counterterrorism.

Intell chief wants more information sharing

More integration between collection and analysis capabilities can be achieved by intelligence agencies during the next five years, the country's top intelligence officer said today.

L-3 doubles down on intell, imagery work

L-3 Communications has won two Defense Department contracts for intelligence support work that have a combined value of more than $255 million.

ECS to enhance DHS situational awareness capabilities

Electronic Consulting Services Inc. will help the Homeland Security Department improve the way it manages incident information under a three-year, $9.6 million task order.

Alion will standardize DOD's threat assessment information system

Alion Science and Technology Corp. has won a $2.8 million award to upgrade a system it developed for the Defense Department to collect critical information on threat vulnerabilities.

SAIC to assist with missile threat analysis

SAIC will provide a wide range of scientific and technical assistance to the Defense Intelligence Agency under a contract potentially worth $19 million over five years.

DynCorp completes purchase of Phoenix Consulting Group

DynCorp International LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of DynCorp International Inc., has completed its planned acquisition of Phoenix Consulting Group Inc.

QinetiQ to assist Army with intelligence analysis

A QinetiQ North America unit will furnish intelligence analysis services to a major subordinate command of the Amy Materiel Command under a new contract worth $10.3 million over five years.

Companies join forces to deliver information-sharing package

Two companies that offer compatible technologies intended to improve the ways that law enforcement and intelligence agencies analyze and share critical data have joined forces.

BIO-key buy might be first of many for InterAct

The $11 million purchase of BIO-key International Inc.'s law enforcement division is likely only the first of several to come for InterAct911 Mobile Systems Inc.

Focus on customers, and profits will follow

TRS Consulting found the IT services that most companies can't do and focused on them as a catalyst for growth.

NCI acquires intel IT consultant TRS

NCI Inc., a provider of information technology services to the federal government, has acquired TRS Consulting Inc., a provider of mission-critical software.

i2 acquires Knowledge Computing Corp.

I2 Inc. has acquired Knowledge Computing Corp., a provider of analysis software to law enforcement agencies.

Raytheon's financials lure investors


Contract wins solidify Lockheed's ranking

Lockheed Martin holds onto the the No. 1 ranking for 15 straight years by continuing to win large contracts and build its base through strategic acquisitions.

QinetiQ North America will acquire Cyveillance

QinetiQ North America plans to acquire Cyveillance Inc., a provider of technology that helps companies protect their operations in cyberspace.

Raytheon to build secure data-sharing network for DISA

Raytheon has won a Defense Department information assurance and network operations contract that could be worth up to $138 million.

SAIC to train FEMA emergency responders

SAIC has won a five-year Homeland Security Department training contract for FEMA that could be worth as much as $104 million.