NCI Pens Air National Guard Deal

NCI (NASDAQ:NCIT) secured a $26.5 million task order through GSA Schedule 70 to direct the Consolidated IT/DBA Support for the Air National Guard. The task order has a six-month base term and four one-year option periods. “NCI recognizes the importance of this task order as part of a larger Air National Guard effort to meet its infrastructure mandates and advancing interoperability,”...

General Dynamics IT Lands Key Healthcare IT Certification; Marcus Collier Comments

Marcus Collier General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Information Technology has become the first Healthcare Application Service Provider hosting environment to receive Common Security Framework  Certified status from the Health Information Trust Alliance. According to the firm, “HITRUST established the CSF to be used by organizations that create, access, store or exchange personal health and financial...

CACI Secures Spot on $30 Billion FBI Deal; CEO Paul Cofoni Remarks

Paul Cofoni CACI International (NYSE: CACI) is the latest firm to join the list of 46 prime contractors to provide IT support on the FBI’s Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract. The IDIndefinite Delivery/ Indirect Rate/ Identification/IQIndefinite Quantity carries a base year, seven option years and a ceiling value of $30 billion. Under the contract, CACI...

Apptis Awarded Spot on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal

Skip Nowland Apptis is the latest firm to land a spot on the FBI’s $30 billion IT Triple S Contract. The contract has a one base-year period of performance and seven option years. The firm will focus on tasks such as systems engineering, operations and maintenance support. “The FBI requires a high level of systems development and operational expertise,” President and COO Skip Nowland said....

Harris Secures Comms, IT Overhaul Contract

Harris (NYSE: HRS), won a one-year, $10.6 million contract from the U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command to upgrade the communications and IT networks at 23 U.S. Army Medical Treatment facilities. The U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command is responsible for network upgrades to the military health system facilities that utilize the most current technology. According to the firm, “Harris...

SRA’s Stan Sloane: Defense Spending Would Benefit from IT Focus

Stan Sloane SRA International (NYSE: SRX) CEO Stan Sloane penned a column for The Washington Post, arguing for a sharper eye on defense IT needs. Sloane lays out the case that while the nation spends billions building globally superior fleets of ships and aircraft, that technology cannot defend us from the most-pressing threats to the nation’s security: enemies using cyberspace to damage America’s...

HP Lands on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal; Dennis Stolkey Comments

Dennis Stolkey HP Enterprise Services has been included on the FBI’s $30 billion IT overhaul IDIndefinite Delivery/ Indirect Rate/ Identification/IQIndefinite Quantity. For more information on the vehicle, click here. “The FBI IT Triple S contract will be an essential vehicle used to obtain the IT supplies and services needed to deliver improved and efficient information technology to the criminal...

Good News for Unisys, Part 2: PV Puvvada Breaks Down $30 Billion FBI Vehicle Position

PV Puvvada Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has won a position on the FBI’s lucrative IT overhaul contract. 45 other firms have won the right to bid for work under the $30 billion IDIndefinite Delivery/ Indirect Rate/ Identification/IQIndefinite Quantity. The vehicle has a eight-year term. “This contract represents an opportunity for Unisys to work with the FBI to provide our experience and expertise in...

DRC Locks Up $20 Million DHS Technology Deal

Dynamics Research Corporation (Nasdaq:DRCO) claimed  a four-year, $20 million contract from DHS to support the enterprise architecture for the DHS’s Office of the Chief Information Officer. DRC will work to overhaul DHS’ IT assets and architecture, providing “collaboration across divisions and centralizing the capture and management of enterprise knowledge.” “We bring to...

Accenture in on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has joined the cast of government contracting firms to win a space on the FBI’s $30 billion IT Supplies and Support Services (IT Triple S) IDIndefinite Delivery/ Indirect Rate/ Identification/IQIndefinite Quantity. Click here for more coverage of the IT Triple S Deal. “The services we plan to deliver under the contract are aligned with the FBI’s goals of...

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