The IT contractor has acquired Reston cybersecurity firm Knowledge Consulting Group.
Start-up ThreatQuotient is the latest in a new crop of cybersecurity companies taking root in the region.
The file-sharing company wants to expand its federal government work, says CEO Aaron Levie.
The IT giant’s acquisition of Virtustream is one of the largest in the Washington region this year.
Officials are now less enthusiastic about letting workers use their own devices, a new survey says.
Fast-growing cloud unit releases numbers, and says Washington has always been part of the plan.
The defense contractor will analyze health records in an effort to improve medical care.
The new buying guidelines include a section on cybersecurity and greater scrutiny of companies’ research.
IBM offers cloud services for NASA’s annual space apps challenge that seeks to harness tech innovation.
The company is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to improve robotic surgery.
The White House’s former CIO joined the agency to battle Ebola last fall.
The agency is kicking off a nationwide hunt for innovative start-ups that can modify products to aid first responders.
After the Sony cyberattack, the Blackphone maker is setting its sights on corporations.
Visa hopes to expand the service so that drivers can eventually shop, pay for gas and parking on the go.
The company also raised $50 million in a new round of funding.
Washington is good to women in technology, a new study says, and two other cities in the U.S. have no gender pay gap at all.
Foreign sales are more important than ever, says Bruce Tanner, Lockheed’s chief financial officer.
The number of defense companies that gobbled each other up -- such as Orbital Sciences and ATK -- was double that in 2013, a new report says.
If you have a STEM degree and want more bang for your buck, move to Bethesda.
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