“We are finding that the top candidates on the job market right now are able to entertain multiple offers,” Matt Deneroff at staffing firm Robert Half Technology’s D.C. office told WTOP.
Parsons has grown its D.C.-area presence over the last several years, including its most recent acquisition of Chantilly-based contractor OGSystems in January.
Reston, Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. has completed its $2.5 billion stock acquisition of Chantilly-based Engility Holdings, creating one of the largest government IT contractors.
Three cities in the region made the top-10 in the financial planning website’s list of best locations for women in tech.
In the nationwide rankings for cities in the 125,000-to-249,999 population category, three Virginia cities make the top 10 for using technology to connect with people and improve citizen services.
2018 should be a good year in D.C. for recent graduates looking to start information technology careers, as well as IT professionals looking for new challenges.
“It gives a negative image and perception to the clown industry for sure,” said Dashaun Forrest, who runs Clown ‘n Around, a children’s entertainment business in the D.C. area that provides clowns for parties.
Stephen King’s 1986 novel and 1990 miniseries finally hits the big screen.
As “It” arrives in movie theaters tomorrow, we count down Stephen King’s best page-to-screen adaptations.
RICHMOND — Virginia state agencies essentially have a single, massive I.T. department, but with a switch to smaller, more flexible contracts recently recommended in a state report, lawmakers will have to figure out how to make…
WASHINGTON — Great with computers and looking for a career change? Maybe cyber security is the way to go, considering 35 percent of organizations that expect to get hacked can’t find talented security experts to…
The \”It\’s Academic\” team from James Hubert Blake High School in
Montgomery County broke a 53-year record Saturday when it won the Super Bowl
championship for the third consecutive year.
Longtime host of the local quiz show \”It\’s Academic\” Mac McGarry
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.