Unisys Wins Potential $104M DOJ Asset Tracker BPA; PV Puvvada Comments

PV puvvadaUnisys Corp. (NYSE: UIS) has won a potential $104 million blanket purchase agreement to support a software program that works to track and manage assets for the Justice Department.

The company will maintain, operate and update the Consolidated Asset Tracking System for a base period of six months and for up to four option years, Unisys said Wednesday.

Two task orders worth $10.5 million have been awarded for the base period.

The information technology services provider will also look after related systems and provide associated services for CATS.

DOJ’s CATS software runs the DOJ Asset Forfeiture Program, a data bank of government-seized, forfeited and auctioned assets utilized by 12 law enforcement agencies nationwide.

“We are proud to continue to help the government through our longstanding experience with the Asset Forfeiture Program, ” said PV Puvvada, group vice president for civilian agencies at Unisys Federal Systems.

The award is an extension of Unisys’ six-year AFP contract it won in 2007.

The company said it will subcontract work to Base2 Technologies on the project.

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