Dell to Build on Perot Systems’ Valuable Relationship with Coast Guard; Lee Carrick Comments on $92 Million Deal

Lee Carrick

Dell Services’ Perot Systems Government Services (PSGS) won an IT field support services for critical mission and rescue systems from the U.S. Coast Guard.

The deal expands on work PSGS has been performing for the Coast Guard for the last 10 years.  As part of the new five-year, $92 million Standard Workstation and Communication Infrastructure Support Blanket Purchase Agreement contract, Dell Services will be providing enterprise-wide support services for the entire USCG to include its eventual new home office at the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) new headquarters at the Saint Elizabeth site in Washington, D.C.

“We’ve been a proud Coast Guard provider for a number of years and are honored that the Coast Guard has chosen us to continue our relationship in support of this new contract, ” said Lee Carrick, VP of Dell Services’ Federal Government Division. “Dell Services is looking forward to being the IT provider to the first agency at the new Department of Homeland Security headquarters in Washington D.C. This contract presents a significant opportunity for the USCG to demonstrate the benefits of a true enterprise-wide approach to IT management using virtualization, cloud computing, and enterprise backup and storage among other services. We look forward to helping the Coast Guard continue achieving their service missions.”

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