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City Council member Jack Evans explains why he wants the company to feel welcome.
WFED's Max Cacas reports.
WFED's Max Cacas has details.
The big deal was announced over the weekend.
One of the government's biggest contractors has decided that its top managers and staff need to be closer to their biggest customer. A year from now, Northrop Grumman's corporate headquarters will move from California to the Washington, D.C. area. Observers say its strictly a matter of business.
Agency goes with new vendor instead of incumbent, Unisys. The contract is worth up to half a billion dollars.
Multiple award contract goes to six large firms and five small ones. It will be used by the entire intelligence community.
Tags: technology , contracting , DIA , BC Fed Group , BAE Systems , CenTauri Solutions , Enterprise Information Services , General Dynamics IT , Lockheed Martin , Red Arch Solutions , SAIC , SRA , Worldwide Information Network Systems , IT services
Northrop Grumman joins big Federal contractors like CSC, Lockheed Martin, CACI, SAIC, BAE Systems, Boeing and EADS that call the D.C. area their corporate home.