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HP Wins $103M to Help DHS Operate ID Mgmt System

HP logoHP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) has won a potential 10-year, $103 million contract to help the Department of Homeland Security implement an identity management system, FCW reported Monday.

Mark Rockwell writes the company will be responsible for the system’s technological infrastructure, which will include 400 enrollment and ID issuance workstations and 16, 000 other workstations for updating ID data and securing passwords.

HP will work to help DHS replace 300, 000 personal identity verification cards for contractors and government employees over the next two years, Rockwell reports.

The 10-year contract is intended to fulfill Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12, which sets government-wide standards for IDs issued to federal employees and contractors, according to FCW.

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