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Sixteen companies will continue to compete for individual orders to deliver information technology products and related incidental services to defense and federal civilian agencies under a U.S. Army firm-fixed-price contract worth $2.5 billion over two and half years. All 16 awardees hold prime positions on the Army’s Information Technology En...

ExecutiveBiz featured Aaron Butler, vice president of sales for federal civilian at ID Technologies, in a recent Executive Spotlight interview published Friday. He discussed the company’s recent growth initiatives and his strategic goals for the rest of the year. Butler also talked about cybersecurity, cyber threats and related rules and regulatio...

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has acquired ID Technologies from investment firm The Acacia Group for approximately $225 million as part of efforts to expand its secure network modernization capabilities in support of Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and federal civilian agency customers. ID Technologies is an Ashburn, Virginia-based p...

The U.S. Army has awarded 17 companies positions on a potential $1.6 billion contract for commercial software, hardware and related incidental services. Army Contracting Command received 50 offers for the firm-fixed-price contract and will obligate funds upon award of each task order, the Department of Defense said Tuesday. The vendors will compete ...

Michael Maice, a former chief technology officer of the U.S. military’s Joint Communications Support Element, has been named CTO for ID Technologies‘ portfolio of Archon line of cloud storage and data security products. Maice will oversee the Archon product development strategy and the evaluation of new technology for potential integrati...

ID Technologies will offer computing systems and other information technology products to the U.S. Air Force through the company’s participation in the Quantum Enterprise Buy Program for the 2021 cycle. The company said Wednesday it will provide products under six major Client Computing Solutions QEB Program categories with help from its origi...

Investment firm The Acacia Group has acquired Intelligent Decisions and split the Ashburn, Virginia-based federal information technology contractor into two independent companies as part of its strategy to seek growth opportunities in the federal market. One of the two companies – ID Technologies – will focus on products and combine tech...

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