Virginia spends $220 million on end-user hardware, print services
Two final contracts under the state's new multi-vendor IT sourcing model prepare the state for a transition the technology agency has been working on since 2015.
Virginia cuts Northrop Grumman loose 10 months early
The commonwealth's technology agency is exercising a clause in the 13-year contract that allows for early termination.
Virginia announces managed security contract, turns off Northrop Grumman messaging
The state's technology agency has announced two major breakthroughs in a new IT sourcing model: a new managed security services contract and a two-year-old messaging project that has finally broken free from legal delays.
Virginia CIO Nelson Moe reappointed by Gov. Northam
The technology leader will help usher the commonwealth into a new IT services model as it escapes a contract with Northrop Grumman.
Virginia's GIS advisory board adds two new members
The state is bringing in new talent to guide its geospatial information systems policy and technologies.
Governor's Datathon calls for 'data-driven' response to opioid crisis in Virginia
The commonwealth will ply its technological talent against an addiction that has grown into one of the biggest threats to public health in the nation.
Virginia resolves dispute with Northrop Grumman, regains access to disaster recovery system
The latest episode in the tumultuous relationship between the state technology agency and its IT vendor comes to a close.
Virginia signs deal to move to Google Apps for email, cloud services
The state's IT department struck a deal with Tempus Nova as part of its transition away from its exclusive arrangement with Northrop Grumman.
Northrop Grumman blasts Virginia's decision to end exclusive IT arrangement, won't bid on future deals
The company said the state's decision to work with multiple companies to provide IT services starting in 2019 is costly and unnecessarily risky.