CMS in need of enterprise development services

Enterprise system development services are being sought by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as part of its new approach for acquiring, delivering and managing IT.

Accela, Nortel team for municipal wireless opportunities

Accela Inc. will partner with Nortel on its municipal wireless solution, a suite of wireless network technologies, applications and services to help cities bring broadband services to their field staff and citizens.

Health care database to come from Thomson renewal

Thomson Medstat has been awarded a contract renewal from the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research to build and support the next version of the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project.

HRLOB provider is needed for Labor

A public or private shared-services provider is being sought by the Labor Department for its Human Resources Line of Business to replace its current HR and payroll systems.

Fla. County taps Tyler Technologies for court software

Tyler Technologies will supply case management software for judicial courts in Broward County, Fla., through a contract worth about $4.6 million.

Protiviti buys government consulting company

Protiviti Government Services Inc. has acquired Enspier Technologies Inc., a provider of risk consulting and internal audit services to federal agencies.

Compudyne wins Treasury bureau security work

CompuDyne Corp. won a five-year, $25.4 million contract to furnish security services to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

CSC buys Datatrac

Computer Sciences Corp. will acquire Datatrac Information Services Inc., a privately held government services and solutions provider headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Financial system upgrade in the cards for GSA

A financial management shared-services provider, the General Services Administration has upgraded its system to CGI's Group Inc.'s Momentum 6.1.

Unisys checks in for DOD health care work

Unisys Corp. has won a contract to configure commercial software solutions for billing and accounts receivable operations within the Defense Department.

IBM buys Consul

IBM Corp. will acquire Consul Risk Management Inc., a provider of compliance and security audit software.

Eight vendors to provide services for $1b VA deal

Eight companies have been chosen by the Veterans Affairs Department to provide application maintenance services for its VistA electronic health records system.

Verizon answers Forest Service call for voice services

Verizon Business will deliver a range of voice communications services to the Forest Service under a five-year task order worth up to $37 million.

Synergetics to aid USDA with managing disease program

The Agriculture Department's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has contracted Synergetics Inc. to enhance its system that underpins the animal disease management program.

Merlin gets nod to centralize Interior security software management

Merlin International Inc. of Denver has won a blanket purchase agreement from the Interior Department to help the agency centralize its acquisition of Symantec security software and services.

VA turns to Four Points, InterSystems for database help

Four Points Technology LLC won a contract with the Veterans Affairs Department to provide database software for the agency's health record system.

Data Systems Analysts lands AF network strategy subcontract

Data Systems Analysts Inc. won a $3.5 million subcontract from Multimax Inc. to assist the Air Force Communications Agency with networking initiatives.

State Dept. re-ups Harris for visa work

Harris Corp. of Melbourne, Fla., won a one-year, $42 million contract renewal from the State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs to continue delivering technical support services to more than 230 embassies and consulates around the world.

DSA secures defense net-centric services deal

Data Systems Analysts Inc. will deliver program management support for net-centric enterprise initiatives at the Defense Information Systems Agency through a $15.6 million contract.

USDA in the market for encryption technology for mobile devices

The Agricultural Department expects to have a blanket purchase agreement, from which it will purchase encryption products, in place by Jan. 1, and anticipates purchasing 150,000 licenses.

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