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HP Wins $543M IDIQ For VA Asset Tracking System

HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) has won a potential $543 million contract to provide the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs with a system for tracking and identifying assets.

According to a June 8 FedBizOpps post, the company will supply the department with an integrated real-time location solution under the five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Six proposals were submitted to the VA through an Internet solicitation.

The system will use badges and tags attached to objects, Wi-Fi to find the locations of objects, active and passive radio frequency identification and location technologies such as ultrasound and infrared.

Contract work will include hardware, software, documentation, training, installation, warranty, maintenance and technical engineering services.

In April, the company announced that it won a potential $249.8 million contract to provide data center and logistics management services to the Army.

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