HP Wins $56M to Update DoD Security Clearance Systems; Marilyn Crouther Comments

Marilyn Crouther - HP,  ExecutiveMosaicHP (NYSE: HPQ) has won a $56 million task order to update personnel security clearance systems at the Defense Department’s defense manpower data center.

The company will also develop a new Joint Verification System for the Defense Information System for Security using HP Transformation and Integration Services, HP said Thursday.

“To meet the complex needs of many of our government clients, it is critical to bring together process, personnel and infrastructure to best utilize resources, ” said Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president and general manager for the U.S. public sector business at HP Enterprise Services.

Under the three-year deal, HP will implement applications management services on four systems used to manage the identity verification process for the agency’s employees, military personnel, civilians and contractor.

Those systems include the Joint Personnel Adjudication System, Defense Central Index of Investigations, Improved Investigative Records Repository and Secure Web Fingerprint Transmission.

The company will additionally extract JPAS data and transfer it into the JVS platform.

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