Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has won a potential $504 million task order from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to develop systems for risk assessments of cargo and people entering the country.
The company said it will also operate and manage those systems for the targeting and analysis systems program office, within Customs and Border Protection‘s office of information and technology.
Unisys received the five-year order, containing one base year and four option years through the General Services Administration’s Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract.
“This new task order builds upon Unisys’ relationship with TASPO and continues our longstanding presence supporting CBP’s mission-critical systems, ” said Steve Soroka, group vice president for homeland security within the federal systems segment.
Unisys has worked with the office and its predecessors for 15 years.
Under the cost-plus-fixed-fee order, the company will also operate and update the office’s applications.
The company recently won a $139 million cloud computing order from the Internal Revenue Service through the Alliant vehicle, where it will move the agency’s information records to a private cloud platform.