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Unisys Wins NYC Transit Contract
New York City Transit has awarded Unisys Corp. a five-year desktop support services contract that's valued at $105 million.
February 10, 2005
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New York City Transit has awarded Unisys Corp. a desktop-support services contract that's valued at $105 million over five years, the company said Thursday.
The contract's value could run as high as $143 million, if NYC Transit decides to take an optional two-year extension, officials with the Blue Bell, Penn.-based, Unisys said.
Under the contract, the information-technology services company will provide desktop and IT management and support services for the agency's 12,000 PCs and 350 servers. This IT infrastructure supports many of the agency's 48,000 employees across more than 20 departments and divisions.
NYC Transit is the largest agency in New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, operating the world's largest fleet of subway cars in addition to providing municipal bus service, Unisys said.
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