FCC adds China-linked telecom providers to list of national security threats

The departments of Defense and Justice want the agency to take a more comprehensive approach to preventing foreign adversaries from accessing Americans’ communications and data.

Lockheed wins Iraqi air defense work

Lockheed Martin will take on logistics support for the Iraqi Integrated Air Defense System under an $11.6 million foreign military sales contract.

PAE joint venture wins $544M U.K. contract

PAE's United Kingdom-based joint venture has won a $544 million contract to manage several military training ranges in Great Britain.

SI makes blockbuster deal for most of QinetiQ North America

The SI Organization is buying most of QinetiQ North America as the latter company's British parent looks to back away from the U.S. services market.

4 keys to building your international business

MCR LLC wants to expand its international business, and its strategy offers four lessons that any company looking to grow globally would be smart to follow.

Lockheed, Northrop place bets on international markets

If you haven't, maybe you should. Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman have signed separate agreements in Australia that show their commitment to that country and the region. Are there opportunities for others?

Afghan IG wants closer ties with contractors

With $20 billion in the pipeline for Afghan reconstruction, the special IG tracking the work wants closer ties with contractors to tap lessons learned and for fighting corruption and barriers to competition.

BAE, Lockheed win U.S.-U.K. navy engineering contracts

Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems have each won sole-source contracts worth nearly $300 million to support the U.S. and British navies with their nuclear submarine and weapons programs.

A-T Solutions buys risk management firm

A-T Solutions makes a deal for GreenLine, a small company that uses big data and predictive analytics to identify the risk posed by ships, cargo and people crossing a country's borders.

SAP CEO: Go young or go home

Bill McDermott, co-CEO of SAP AG, urges companies that want to survive the next decade to embrace their young workers because ignoring their talents, ambitions and needs will only doom you to failure.

Scandal reshuffles Serco executive ranks

Ed Casey, Serco Inc.'s outgoing CEO, thought he was going to run a new global initiative, but a scandal with Serco's U.K. parent has him taking on even greater responsibilities.

State Department explores more IT consolidation

The State Department wants to know if new technologies can help it further consolidate its IT management and drive down costs of both its domestic and overseas infrastructures.

Serco names Dan Allen U.S. CEO; Ed Casey goes global

Serco Group PLC is launching a global transformation campaign and has tapped Serco Inc. CEO Ed Casey to lead the multi-year effort. His replacement in the U.S. is Former CACI CEO Dan Allen. Casey talks strategy and about Allen's hiring in an interview with Editor Nick Wakeman.

L-3 nabs $30M contract to provide Korea with Scarab systems

L-3 Communications has won a $30 million contract to provide Korea with Ground Laser Target Designators.

Allen-Vanguard captures pair of foreign military training contracts

Allen-Vanguard International was tapped by the U.S. Navy to help the Polish Armed Forces and the Azerbaijan Navy train its personnel in bomb disposal techniques.

Northrop's Kathy Warden on international opportunities, management goals

In part two of our interivew with Northrop Grumman's Kathy Warden, the leader of the company's information systems group talks about international opportunities and other challenges in today's market.

Lockheed wins $100M NATO infrastructure contract

Lockheed Martin captures a $100 million contract to design and build the IT infrastructure for the new NATO headquarters in Brussels.

CGI wins $32.8M visa processing contract

CGI Federal racks up another visa processing contract thanks to its Stanley Associates subsidiary. This one is worth $32.8 million and covers several European countries.

New markets require balancing acts

As companies look to expand into new market, it isn't hard to imagine conflicts or competing interests emerging. Just look at Lockheed Martin as it looks to upgrade Taiwan's F-16 fleet while building a cutting-edge power plant in the South China sea.

Pre-award challenge to $2B USAID contract

The fight continues over a $2 billion USAID contract as Development Alternatives Inc. files a pre-award protest a year after USAID pulled back its original 10 awards to rework the solicitation for its flagship contract.