Arlington tech firm awarded contract from National Institutes of Health Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center
Arlington-based software and information technology management company Excella announced Wednesday it was awarded a contract worth up to $20 billion from the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and
Internap Corp. originally filed for protection on March 16.
Reston-based IT infrastructure company Internap Corp. (INAP) announced Tuesday it has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with a new CEO and $300 million in liquidity. The company originally filed
Collaborative Solutions specializes in Workday Cloud Platform applications for finance and human resources.
Reston-based human resources tech company Collaborative Solutions LLC will be acquired by New-Jersey based information technology company Cognizant, the companies announced Tuesday. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed
The IT services company is creating 150 jobs at its third Virginia operations center.
Reston-based information technology services company 1901 Group will invest $1.15 million in Washington County to establish its third Virginia operations center, creating 150 jobs, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday. The
McLean-based IT contractor will provide support to Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
McLean-based information technology government contractor OBXtek Inc. was awarded a five-year, $44.2 million contract from the Department of State to support the Bureau of Diplomatic Security’s Technical Security Engineering (TSE)
Mark Colturi was principal of Booz Allen Hamilton for 25 years.
Chantilly-based management consulting firm MBA Consulting Services Inc. on Monday named Mark Colturi as chief operating officer. Colturi was most recently the executive vice president of Sevatec Inc., but served
Ian Read’s position will be effective March 16.
DXC Technology’s board of directors elected Ian Read as its new chairman, which will be effective March 16, the Tysons-based IT company announced Thursday. Read is the former chairman and
Reston-based defense contractor will manage shore-based NAVWAR networks.
Reston-based defense contractor Leidos has been awarded a $7.7 billion contract by the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to operate and maintain shore-based networks and data management for several
Both companies are Reston-based, publicly traded federal contractors offering IT services.
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) will acquire Unisys Federal for $1.2 billion, SAIC announced Thursday. Both companies are Reston-based, publicly traded federal contractors specializing in IT services. The transaction was