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Indus Wins $80M for Library of Congress IT Services; Shiv Krishnan Comments

Shiv Krishnan
Shiv Krishnan

INDUS Corp. has won a five-year, $80 million contract to provide information technology services to the Library of Congress.

The company will work to help the Library make its resources available to all three branches of the federal government and the public, Indus said Tuesday.

“Since the Library is open to the American public 363 days of the year, INDUS’ professionals are proud to be part of this great American resource and tradition, ” INDUS CEO Shiv Krishnan said.

The Library is closed on July 4th and Christmas Day each year.

INDUS will operate the Library’s ITS Service Desk, manage networks and servers, help run audio and visual equipment during special events and support software applications.

It will also work to improve the Library’s management of assets and information.

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