McLean-based Fortune 500 global management consulting company Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. was awarded a five-year, $674 million contract from the General Services Administration to maintain and support the growth of
Carlson will become president and chief growth officer of San Francisco-based Splunk Inc.
Teresa Carlson, the Herndon-based executive who founded Amazon Web Services’ public sector business, is leaving Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud computing subsidiary to become president and chief growth officer of Splunk Inc.,
AIS announces Long, the first woman to lead a U.S. intelligence agency, joins the board
Reston-based Applied Information Services (AIS) announced Tuesday it has named former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Director Letitia “Tish” Long to the company’s board of directors. “Tish’s impact in the defense
News comes on same day as Slack acquisition
On Dec. 1, the same day it announced that it was acquiring workplace communication service company Slack for $27.7 billion in cash and stock, cloud-services company Salesforce.com Inc. revealed that
Task order will support the implementation of a multicloud computing environment
Reston-based General Dynamics Corp.’s information technology business has secured a potential four-year, $241 million task order to help the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services implement a multicloud computing environment.
DivvyCloud is a cloud security and governance tech firm.
Boston-based tech company Rapid7 announced Tuesday that it’s acquiring Arlington County-based cloud security and governance tech firm DivvyCloud for $145 million. The acquisition, which will be made via a combination
Contract will support the Army’s Maintenance of Enterprise Technologies and Applications (META) program
Reston-based software company IndraSoft Inc. has been granted a $43 million contract from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to enable data sharing and DevSecOps system integration, the
ICF had $1.48B in revenue in 2019.
Fairfax-based consulting and technology services provider ICF International Inc. plans to acquire Arlington-based cloud services provider Incentive Technology Group LLC (ITG) for $255 million, ICF announced Tuesday. The closing of
Reston-based Science Applications International Corp. will migrate Air Force and Army applications to the cloud
Reston-based information technology company Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) received a $727 million contract from the U.S. Air Force that will move mission applications for the Air Force and Army
Arlington-based cloud security company DivvyCloud appointed Brandie Kalinowski as vice president of people and culture and David Geevaratne as vice president of North American Sales, the company announced Thursday. Kalinowski