*NEWS*HP WINS GOV. DATA CENTER CONTRACT/2004-09-15

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*NEWS*HP WINS GOV. DATA CENTER CONTRACT/2004-09-15

 user 2013-06-23 at 3:51:19 am Views: 103
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    HP Wins Government Data Center Contract

    September 2004 — The Defense Logistics Agency , A government agency that provides supply support, technical, and logistics services to the US military services and several federal civilian agencies, announced last Friday that it has selected Hewlett-Packard  to migrate and host its Enterprise Data Center program. The EDC is an IT initiative designed to help DLA fulfill its mission to manage the logistics supply chain and better serve its customers.

    HP will be helping the DLA move a number of servers and infrastructure into its data centers, reducing DLA's overall total cost of ownership. The migrations will be staggered in order to minimize disruption.

    The contract is a five-year agreement with additional one-year options for another five years. As proposed it will have a 10-year cost of $290,127,642.

    "With the EDC, DLA is taking a huge step forward for the agency, the Department of Defense, the government and ultimately, the taxpayers. We're really looking forward to working with Hewlett Packard to ensure the program's success," says Mark Philip, program manager for the EDC







    * Post was edited: 2004-09-15 10:32:00