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Unisys Doubles Down with Pair of CDC Deals Worth Potential $2 Billion

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) won a pair of ID/IQ contracts from the CDC to compete for task orders under the CDC Information Management Services (CIMS) contract.

According to the firm, “the contracts include a broad range of services to help CDC promote and protect U.S. public health by efficiently managing agency data centers, supporting communications with the public, implementing internal best practices and other activities.”

Unisys will focus on securing work in management consultant services and IT infrastructure services.

“CIMS represents a critical vehicle to help CDC achieve its vital mission of monitoring and protecting the health of U.S. citizens, ” said Ted Davies, president of Unisys Federal Systems. “With this contract, Unisys will have the opportunity to build on our years of experience with CDC and to provide an even broader array of services to support the agency’s mission in the future.”

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