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HP Enterprise Services Books $176 Million Healthcare Deal with Nevada

HP (NYSE: HPQ) Enterprise Services signed a five-year, $176 million services agreement with the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy. With the deal in place, HP will look to boost Medicaid operations, helping the state ready for healthcare reform. According to the firm, “the new agreement calls for …

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Details for HP Stockholder Meeting Announced

HP (NYSE:HPQ) announced plans for a live audio webcast of the firm’s stockholder meeting next week in Arlington, Va. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 23, at 2 p.m. EST. For those who cannot attend the event, the firm will webcast the event at www.hp.com/investor/stockholdermeeting2011/webcast

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HP Sets New Goals, Hikes Dividend

HP (NYSE:HPQ) made known its goal for future annual dividend increases and announced the firm’s board of directors authorized a 50 percent increase of the regular quarterly dividend to $0.12 per share. According to the firm, “the amount of future dividend increases will be determined annually, but HP currently intends …

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HP Enterprise Florida Center Books Key Certification; Dennis Stolkey Comments

HP Enterprise Services received ISO 20000:2005 certification for the Florida-based U.S. Public Sector Data Center, an operation supporting enterprise services for government agencies. According to the firm, “The certification showcases HP Enterprise Services U.S. Public Sector’s commitment to meeting contractual and tendering requirements, reducing operational exposure to risk, demonstrating service …

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HP Wins $281 Million Medicaid Extension with Oklahoma

HP Enterprise Services reached a seven-year, $281 million extension with Oklahoma Health Care Authority. The deal carries an additional one-year renewal option and will see the firm add new IT services to prepare for healthcare reform and make services more accessible to SoonerCare – Oklahoma Medicaid – members. “Medicaid is …

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General Dynamics, HP, BAE Systems Book Defense Deals

According to the Department of Defense, “General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) is being awarded a single $83, 587, 512 firm-fixed-price contract for Special Operations Forces information technology enterprise contracts enterprise network services in support of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).  Under the enterprise network services contract, the selected contractor will provide …

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HP Rolls Out Gov. Cloud Consulting Business; Dennis Stolkey Comments

HP rolled out a new Government Cloud Consulting Services offering “to help government agencies comply with the U.S. Office of Management and Budget’s ‘cloud-first’ policy requiring federal agencies to default to cloud-based solutions whenever a secure, reliable, cost-effective cloud option exists.” HP will look to support government agencies in developing …

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HP Strikes Deal to Bring Healthcare Solutions to Texas

HP has a deal in place with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to oversee development of a statewide Medicaid health information exchange. The deal carries a 52-month performance period and a value of $30 million. According to the firm, “the contract includes an electronic health history system for …

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HP Lands on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal; Dennis Stolkey Comments

HP Enterprise Services has been included on the FBI’s $30 billion IT overhaul ID/IQ. For more information on the vehicle, click here. “The FBI IT Triple S contract will be an essential vehicle used to obtain the IT supplies and services needed to deliver improved and efficient information technology to …

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HP Claims Lucrative $2.5 Billion NASA IT Deal; Dennis Stolkey Remarks

HP’s Public Sector won a $2.5 billion IT contract with NASA to provide products and services for up to 10 years, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal covers PC hardware, software and information-technology services. Senior VP for enterprise services, U.S. public sector Dennis Stolkey said the contract is “very …

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