Tag Archives: Information Technology

DHS Audits Unauthorized Commercial Devices In Workplace

A recent audit found that Department of Homeland Security employees are not encrypting data regularly when using unauthorized devices on the agency’s network, Nextgov reports. Frank Deffer, DHS’ assistant inspector general for information technology audits, said in the report that growing dependence on commercial devices could lead to data becoming …

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STG CEO Simon Lee Comments On $20B NIH IT Contract

STG, Inc. has won a position on a potential $20 billion governmentwide information technology services contract from a National Institutes of Health office, the company announced Friday. STG President and CEO Simon Lee said the company partnered with NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center for more than 10 years …

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TASC’s Dale Luddeke To Chair Industry Advisory Council

Dale Luddeke, chief growth officer at TASC has been selected to chair the Industry Advisory Council for a one-year term starting July 1, the company announced Tuesday. “The IAC exists to advance government through collaboration, education and events that proactively address IT acquisition and application issues,” Luddeke said in a …

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HP’s Marilyn Crouther Comments On $20B NIH IT Contract

HP Enterprise Services has won a spot on a $20 billion governmentwide information technology contract from a National Institutes of Health office, the company announced Monday. NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center awarded the Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle to procure technology services for up to 10 years. …

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Serco Receives Info Service Management Certification

Serco Inc. has received ISO/IEC 20000 certification for delivering information technology management services, the company announced Tuesday. ISO/IEC is registered by SRI Quality System Registar and is viewed as an international standard for information service management, the company said. According to Serco, the certification measures a company’s ability to provide …

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SAIC Receives NASA Contractor Performance Award

SAIC Inc. has won a NASA award for performance on contracts involving information technology and communications, the company announced Tuesday. The company received the Marshall Space Flight Center’s Contractor Excellence Award last during a breakfast at the the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala. In the large business service …

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Dan Chenok Named IBM Govt Business Center Head

Dan Chenok will succeed Jonathan Breul as executive director of IBM‘s Center for the Business of Government, effective June 30. The company said Breul led the center’s senior fellows for nearly five years, studying issues in performance management, government budgeting and presidential transitions. Chenok is currently a senior fellow and …

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SAIC To Provide NIH Network Operations, Engineering

SAIC Inc. has won a $22 million task order from the Department of Health and Human Services to provide network support for the National Institutes of Health, the company announced today. The single-award order has one base year and four option years and HHS gave the order through the Chief …

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CGI To Provide IT Services For Ohio Workers Comp Bureau

CGI has won a potential $52 million contract to provide information technology services for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation insurance system. The company said Wednesday that the contract to help with claims and policy management has two base years and seven one-year options. In 2011, the bureau handled 1.2 million …

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Northrop Opens New SSA, CMS Support Facility; Amy Caro Comments

Northrop Grumman Corp. has opened a new building in suburban Baltimore to support the Social Security Administration and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the company announced Tuesday. Health and information technology division employees will work at the facility. Amy Caro, vice president for health information technology, said the company …

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Profile: Danny Taglienti, Strongbridge Corp. SVP, COO

Danny Taglienti serves as senior vice president and chief operating officer at Strongbridge Corp, where he manages operational performance on contracts, customer satisfaction and new business development. The 20-year information technology and software development veteran co-founded the Push Group, a Northern Virginia-based digital media company. For nine years, he served as president …

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NIH Working on New IT Acquisition Program

The National Institutes of Health will soon unveil a new information technology acquisition program to replace an existing contract vehicle, the Washington Post reports. The potential $6 billion Electronic Commodities Store 3 contract was first awarded in 2002 to 66 companies and has a five-year base period with five option …

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