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Unisys to Compete for Task Orders with DOJ for IT Services; Puvvada Comments

PV Puvvada, Unisys

The Justice Department has awarded Unisys (NYSE: UIS) an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to compete for task orders to provide applications modernization, integration, operations and other IT services.

Around 20 firms will compete for the task orders as part of a the information technology support services-4 contract potentially worth $1.1 billion. The contract has a six-month base period and six one-year options.

The contract is open for use by any organization within the DOJ, as well as other government agencies.

“This award keeps us in position to continue to provide DOJ with innovative solutions to help the department achieve its vital objectives related to enforcing the law, ” said PV Puvvada, vice president and managing partner for civilian justice, finance and administration, Unisys Federal Systems.

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