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Category: Contract Awards

Northrop Lands U.S. Army Contract Worth $296M

Northrop Grumman has been awarded a contract worth $296 million by the U.S. Army to continue in the development of

CACI Wins Portion of $900M Contract From U.S. Army

CACI International is one of three companies being awarded a $900 million U.S. Army contract. The contract is five-year Technical

Perot Systems Wins Community Health Plan of Washington Contract

Perot Systems Corporation (NYSE: PER) (www.perotsystems.com) has announced that the company will provide technology and business process services to improve

Al Gordon: ARRA Saves States from Deeper Dive

Though state officials have faced difficult choices as they struggle to finalize 2010 budgets across the country, it’s clear the

Harris Wins Lockheed Martin Task Order, Bringing WIN-T Total Awards to $130 Million

Harris Corporation will continue the development work on wireless networking technology under Increment 3 of the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical program

IBM to Provide Application Delivery and On-Site IT Support to W.R. Grace & Co.

IBM Corp. has negotiated a long-term contract to provide application management services to W.R. Grace & Co., a specialty chemicals

ICF International Wins $7.4M Energy Efficiency Contract

ICF International, Inc. (NASDAQ:ICFI), has won a new contract with a U.S. based utility to design and implement energy efficiency

Air Traffic Control Simulation Training Systems to be Provided to Universities by CSC

Four universities, Aims College, Colorado; Elisabeth City State University, N.C.; Kent State University, Ohio; and Mount San Antonio College, California

Moore’s Law Could be Preserved Due to DNA

IBM researchers in conjunction with Paul W. K . Rothemund of the California Institute of Technology are working on a

Navy to Spend $6 billion Over Five Years on Unmanned Programs

The Navy will spend $6 billion over the next five years on unmanned programs such as the Broad Area Maritime
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