HP Claims Lucrative $2.5 Billion NASA IT Deal; Dennis Stolkey Remarks

Dennis Stolkey

HP’s Public Sector won a $2.5 billion IT contract with NASA to provide products and services for up to 10 years, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The deal covers PC hardware, software and information-technology services.

Senior VP for enterprise services, U.S. public sector Dennis Stolkey said the contract is “very important for H-P.  We are honored to have been selected, ” according to WSJ.

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