HP Added to $1.1B DOJ IDIQ; Stolkey Comments

 

Dennis Stolkey, HP Enterprise Services

HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) has been added to the U.S. Justice Department‘s potential $1.1 billion information technology support services-4 contract.

The award has one performance base year and six one-year option periods.

HP will compete with 19 other companies for task orders under the contract.

HP will offer software, application development, systems and software engineering, web development and other IT services requirements.

HP said it will work with small businesses on the contract to help the Justice Department achieve its small business goals.

“The government needs to obtain high-quality technical expertise at a reasonable cost, ” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president and general manager of HP Enterprises’ U.S. public sector. “HP has experts with significant technological proficiencies who can provide the Department of Justice with innovative information technology solutions while helping them achieve their cost-savings goals.”

Recent ITSS-4 Coverage:

June 8: Unisys to Compete for Task Orders with DOJ for IT Services; Puvvada Comments

May 13: Northrop Grumman Latest Firm on DOJ IT Project

April 21: Hot Streak: SRA Lands Another Major Contract

 

 

 

 

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