DLT's partner Autodesk is a design and engineering software specialist.
Serco wins engineering Navy contract worth $34 million.
The Bethesda, Md., small business will continue providing help desk, hardware and software, and other IT support to the national arbitration agency.
The contractor and its partners will provide independent verification and validation, software assurance, and other services to the space agency.
IBM will acquire Cúram Software Ltd. of Dublin for an undisclosed purchase price.
The $10.7 million contract calls for GDIT to work with the HHS Office of Child Care, which provides financial assistance to low-income working families.
Harris continues hardware and software support for the Air Force’s weather satellite system under a new five-year, $25 million contract.
Unisys Corp. has won a three-year, $10.2 million time and materials task order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for IT support services to the Information Technology Services Office.
Accenture Federal Services has won a five-year, $10.8 million contract from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to provide Oracle's PeopleSoft application support and hosting services.
Computer Sciences Corp. has expanded its application testing services with the acquisition of AppLabs Technologies.
Work includes integrating commercial, open source and government software components.
BAE Systems Inc. will design and test computers for 37 C-130 aircraft under an Air Force Materiel Command contract worth approximately $23 million.
CACI International Inc. and two smaller contractors have won prime positions on a five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity Defense Department signals intelligence contract has a potential value of $40 million.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide a range of IT services to the Homeland Security Department's USCIS under a three-year task order that has an estimated total value of $291 million.
General Dynamics C4 Systems Inc. will provide the Army with computer hardware and software procurement assistance under a five-year $3.7 billion contract, according to an Aug. 29 Defense Department announcement.
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GTSI Corp. will provide the Army with biometric identification hardware and software kits under a 16-month contract worth $159 million.
Vangent Inc. has won a 32-month, $9 million Defense Department contract to provide around the clock production application support for the Military Health System’s Defense Health Services Systems Program Executive Office.
Science Applications International Corp. will support the Navy with advanced engineering and technical services under a three-year, single-award prime contract that could be worth more than $36 million if all options are exercised.
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