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Avaya Government Books Work with Federal Courts

Avaya Government Solutions secured a deal from the Administrative Office of the United States Courts to provide software development support, testing and training for the case management and electronic case files system of District, Bankruptcy and Appellate Courts.

The deal carries a five-year term.

“For the past 15 years, Avaya Government Solutions has proudly helped support the information technology needs of the federal courts system, ” said Chris Formant, senior vice president and president, Avaya Government Solutions. “Our relationship with the Administrative Office of the United States Courts thrives because of our enduring commitment to delivering innovative technologies and world-class support, year after year.”

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