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Dell Services’ Lee Carrick and Richard Pineda on Services to USCIS

Dell (NASDAQ: DELL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Perot Systems Government Services announced that the company is providing business process outsourcing functions to simplify the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office Support Services.

“The work we are providing to USCIS illustrates the strength and breadth of Dell Perot Systems’ capabilities in the federal marketplace. This award further exemplifies how the increased solutions we offer in the government sector solve our customer’s needs. In particular, this is an outstanding opportunity for us to deliver high-value BPO and consulting services to the success of the USCIS mission, ” said Lee Carrick, vice president of Dell Services Federal Government.

“We are honored to be selected by USCIS as the primary services provider on this contract. After working with the USCIS to provide BPO services for the past six years, we are looking forward to further utilizing our commercial BPO expertise to help the agency improve the overall functionality of its field office operations, ” said Richard Pineda, general manager of the Department of Defense division for Dell Services Federal Government.

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