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PV Puvvada Named Unisys Federal Systems Acting President

Ted Davies will leave Unisys (NYSE: UIS) on Friday after serving as president of the company’s federal systems unit for six years, Washington Technology reported Tuesday. A company spokesperson confirmed Davies’ planned departure but said that Davies has not disclosed where he is heading next, according to the report by …

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Unisys to Move Interior Dept’s Financial, Business Mgmt System Into Cloud

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has won a potential $44 million contract to move the Interior Department’s financial and business management system into a cloud computing environment. DOI’s FBMS is based on SAP’s enterprise resource planning software, which the department uses to account for its revenue and expenditures, Unisys said Tuesday. The …

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Unisys Wins $139M For IRS Info Cloud; Ted Davies Comments

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) has won a potential $139 million task order to host the Internal Revenue Service’s information records in a private cloud computing infrastructure, the company announced Thursday. The Enterprise Storage Acquisition task order has one base year, nine one-year options and the company received the order through the …

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Ted Davies on Unisys’ New Application Modernization Center

Unisys (NYSE: UIS) is launching a new Application Modernization Center of Excellence (AMCOE) based in St. Louis, Mo. According to the firm, “the center expects to create 300 IT jobs by 2012 and will provide a central team of highly skilled experts focused on building, operating, and maintaining innovative, leading-edge …

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Ted Davies of Unisys on ‘Consistent Culture’

Ted Davies of Unisys spoke with ExecutiveBiz recently about several topics, including building a consistent culture.  “As soon as I took this job, I made it almost a daily mantra with folks, ‘Build a consistent culture here, ‘” said Davies. That culture is based upon four tenets: Focus on people, …

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