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Unisys gets contracts extended to continue work Down Under

Yesterday, Unisys announced that its Australian subsidiary has received contract extensions from the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) for the current engagements in which Unisys provides outsourced desktop services, and biometric and identity management solutions. One of the extensions is for two years to continue to provide outsourced …

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CSC Wins Re-Compete for Billion-Dollar TSA Contract

As we reported last week, the Transportation Security Administration has announced that CSC has won the re-compete for the billion-dollar Information Technology Managed Services for a contract formerly held by Unisys.  The contract is worth at least $2 billion, and Unisys could protest the decision. CSC, Unisys, and the TSA …

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Is TSA Poised to Announce Winner of a Billion-Dollar Recompete?

Unisys originally won the $1 billion Information Technology Managed Services contract from the TSA in 2002.  The company also won a bridge contract extending the work through the end of 2008.  Sources close to GovConWire tell us that after several false starts, the TSA could make a decision on the …

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Unisys scores $500 million contract

On Thursday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded Unisys an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with a potential value of $500 million over five years. The contract calls for Unisys to compete to provide IT operations and maintenances services to support the systems that FEMA depends on to respond to …

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