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Wagoner replaces Deborah Lee James who was recently confirmed as the next Secretary of the U...Project Gemini required the design, planning, and implementation to divide an $11 billion highly integrated company with 38,000 employees into two publicly
IT services business with approximately 75 percent of its revenue coming from the U.S...U.S. federal government, state/local, and global commercial markets, specializing in providing a broad range of higher-end, differentiated technical capabilities.
San Diego to Virginia four years ago, has completed a split into two separate publicly traded companies to better cope with potential spending cuts. The move marks a major shift in strategy for the firm, also known as Science Applications
Last month, the Oakland City Council approved a controversial $2 million deal to continue construction on the Domain Awareness Center (DAC) a surveillance hub for the Port of Oakland that has mushroomed into a citywide system. Civil libertarians and
The contract runs for one year initially, with four one-year extension options...Department of Defense, intelligence agencies, the Department of Homeland Security, and other U.S. government agencies, as well as to commercial enterprises.
Internet- and network-based attacks on computer systems and other technology. But its strategic move to split itself in two would create a smaller government-services company and a larger technology-based company to be called Leidos...The rise in
Integrated Services Management Center in 's government consists of 25 departments, and respective divisions, responsible for its 3 million residents. The county serves as a regional service provider and planning agency whose core businesses include
Chairman and CEO John Jumper today addressed the National Press Club in Commenting on the evolving mission for government customers and contractors, Jumper said: "We are all searching for efficiencies at a time when the challenges facing our
Moos has assumed the role as group general manager in support of the company's Engineering Solutions Group, comprised of approximately 4,900 employees focused on solving the nation's toughest problems in energy, environment, and infrastructure
today announced that its Board of Directors, following a recently completed comprehensive strategic review, has authorized management to pursue a plan to separate into two independent, publicly traded companies...Based on current plans, the two