Unisys (NYSE: UIS) announced multiple contracts valued up to $252M from the Census Bureau, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the General Services Administration and the Department of Veteran Affairs on Thursday.
The Census Bureau awarded Unisys a $102M contract to provide IT infrastructure support services for thousands of remote workers, the bureau’s workforce in 248 local offices and six regional centers, two paper data capture sites and five island area offices.
Under a $69M blanket purchasing agreement from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Unisys will implement and validate identity and access management and cloud access broker services. Unisys will apply its CloudForte solution to help OCC obtain the innovation, scale and cost efficiencies of the cloud securely and quickly while complying with all U.S. federal regulations.
The GSA Office of the Chief Information Officer awarded Unisys multiple task orders worth up to $57M to assist the GSA Public Buildings Services secure, operate and maintain systems used to track inventory associated with federal government workspace and to create and manage computer-aided drawings of buildings and workspace.
Unisys also received a $24.7M task order from the VA to provide cloud advisory services to accelerate its transition to the cloud, supporting the department’s goals of delivering secure digital experiences to benefit the veteran community. Unisys will apply CloudForte, tailored to VA requirements, to create a strategy that accelerates the secure move of data and applications to the cloud.
“This series of contract wins highlights the value Unisys is providing to U.S. federal agencies with best-in-class commercial solutions and deep domain expertise,” said PV Puvvada, president of Unisys Federal and a 2019 Wash100 winner. “Unisys is deeply proud of its role in successfully delivering modern digital services that provide better mission outcomes for these agencies and the citizens they serve.”