Contract includes data management
Arlington-based Accenture Federal Services has won a $118 million contract from the State Department to help the Bureau of Consular Affairs reduce fraud and handle data replication for passports and visas.
Miguel Román comes to Leidos from NASA
Reston-based Leidos Holdings Inc. has named Miguel Román as senior director and chief scientist of climate and environment, the science and technology giant announced Thursday. Román joins Leidos from NASA,
Falls Church contractor will provide services for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Falls Church-based General Dynamics Information Technology has been awarded a user facing and data center services contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) worth $4.5 billion over a 10-year period.
Tara Davey was CEO of R2C
McLean-based Buchanan & Edwards Inc. has named Tara Davey chief operating officer, government IT consultant announced Thursday. Davey most recently served as CEO of BE’s wholly-owned subsidiary Arlington-based The Reports
Expansion expected to add $1.13 to monthly bills
Dominion Energy Virginia has gotten the go-ahead for 15 new solar and energy storage projects that are expected to increase the typical residential customer’s monthly bill by $1.13. The Virginia
Hazel was force behind 1960s development of Tysons Corner
John T. “Til” Hazel Jr., a major force behind the development of Tysons Corner and several planned communities in Fairfax County in the late 20th century, as well as a
Acquisition of EverWatch will speed work for national security clients
McLean-based global management consultant Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. announced Wednesday that it plans to acquire EverWatch, a Reston-based government solutions contractor. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The deal
Navy received future USS Montana on March 11
The Navy’s newest submarine is now in the hands of the sea service. Newport News Shipbuilding delivered the future USS Montana (SSN-794) on March 11, according to a news release.
Arlington tech firm to modernize, streamline USCIS systems
Arlington-based software and information technology management company Excella has won a nearly $117 million contract to help digitize and streamline U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service benefits and adjudication systems, the
Medical gear will support humanitarian relief efforts
Mechanicsville-based Fortune 500 health care logistics company Owens & Minor announced Monday that it is donating $500,000 in medical-grade personal protective equipment to support humanitarian relief in Ukraine and other