California City Extends Outsourcing DealCalifornia City Extends Outsourcing Deal
ACS will continue to provide Orange with help-desk and application support, data-center and network management, and consulting services.
November 1, 2004
Affiliated Computer Services said Monday that it has signed a three-year extension to its contract to operate computer systems for Orange, a city of 135,000 situated 30 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. The extension runs through June 2007 and is worth about $4.2 million, according to ACS.
Under the deal, ACS will continue to provide Orange with a range of IT services, including help-desk and application support and data-center management. It will also provide network-management and consulting services. Last year, ACS sold the bulk of its federal outsourcing business to Lockheed Martin Corp., but the company remains a strong player in the local and state IT outsourcing market, from which it derives 54% of its annual revenue.
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