Integration or Engineering Services

California county dumps SAP

After four years, county abandons ERP system, following a May lawsuit against Deloitte Consulting, its systems integrator.

How long will cloud's reality trail the hype?

True believers see it as the future. Detractors call for caution. But what do they both agree on?

Army e-mail consolidation first step in enterprise efforts

Over the next two years the Army will consolidate the various e-mail accounts for nearly 250,000 users, the first step in creating enterprise-wide e-mail services.

Navy picks pair for shipboard network support

Contracts are for CANES program, designed to streamline and consolidated Navy information technology networks aboard its ships.

Space agency inches toward multi-billion dollar IT contracts

NASA plans to soon open competition for the first of five information technology services contracts that have been estimated to be worth more than $4 billion total.

DOE, NIST aim to secure smart grid

Parallel efforts to secure a new, technologically advanced power grid are taking place in Congress on the regulatory side and at NIST and the Energy Department on the technology side.

Shawn McCarthy | Civilian agencies could use a DISA of their own

A civilian group patterned after DISA could help provide a single interface to procurement, hosting and systems engineering services while helping with enterprise standardization and improved pricing.