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Unisys to Participate in $12.1B Contract with U.S. Army; Andrew Boyd Quoted

Andrew Boyd

The U.S. Army Contracting Command selected the Unisys Corporation as one of 50 large companies to compete for task orders under a potential nine-year, $12.1 billion contract to provide IT services to all Army organizations, Unisys announced Thursday.

Under the contract, Unisys will compete for task orders for services including cybersecurity, integration, consolidation, business process reengineering, telecommunications, supply chain management, operations and maintenance, and education and training.

“We welcome this opportunity to leverage our leadership in cybersecurity and other areas in competing for new work on behalf of the U.S. Army,” said Andrew Boyd, group vice president, Defense and Intelligence agencies, Unisys Federal. “We are proud of our connection with the U.S. Army, and we look forward to continuing to support its critical national security mission.”

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