A fair shake in federal contracting is what small IT companies are after. But what constitutes "fair" is a matter for debate, one that is raging around new regulations released by the Small Business Administration in November.
Though state and local governments have spent nearly $3.8 billion since 2002 on electronic voting systems, they still have a long way to go before e-voting generates an accurate, timely and secure voting process, according to a new study.
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.
As of Dec.r 1, Indiana CIO Karl Browning will become the state's new Transportation Department commissioner and current state chief technology officer Gerry Weaver will step into Browning's post as CIO.
Making good on a promise CGI Group Inc. made when it bought American Management Systems Inc. in May 2004, the Montreal-based company this month changed the name of its U.S. subsidiary from CGI-AMS Inc. to CGI Inc.
Needing help processing more than 70,000 applications annually, the Florida Financial Services Department has tapped L-1 Identity Solutions Inc. to put in place a fingerprint processing network for insurance agents.