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Smartbuy deal could be worth $20 million. This is the second set of contracts for geospatial software and services.
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It's done. Not only is the $87 billion manned ground vehicle segment, but the entire Army Future Combat System modernization program is finished. The Pentagon's chief weapons buyer Ashton Carter say modernization will continue, but the fate of the players is still under consideration. That means, SAIC and Boeing will have to wait and see what their roles will be. Stop work orders will be issued shortly and conversations with the contractors about termination fees will begin and then it's back to the drawing board.
Federal contractors are feeling the pinch of defense cuts. Federal News Radio spoke with Deb Alderson, president of SAIC's Defense Solutions Group, about how her company is adjusting to the cuts.
Several defense contractors are hanging out a "Help Wanted" sign.
Days after landing a $21 million contract with Agriculture, SAIC has gotten a new contract.
Radioactive material gets moved around a lot and with interstate highways crisscrossing Frederick County it could pass through on a regular basis, according to David McIntyre, a spokesman for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which is based in Rockville.
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and the University of Maryland Baltimore County have teamed up for the Maryland Cyber Challenge & Conference.
The final rounds of the challenge will be held at the conference as part of Maryland's activities to recognize National Cyber Security Awareness Month.