Dell in $22 billion deal to supply IT services to US federal agencies

Dell will supply IT services and solutions worth up to $22 billion to the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the United States General Services Administration (GSA).

These contracts will allow Dell to help both government institutions operate more effectively and efficiently through the use of IT and IT services.

Under this contract, Dell will help DHS develop, maintain and implement a full-range of IT solutions to help the agency better accomplish its goals.

Dell will help the GSA save money and operate its IT more effectively by providing service-desk support to the agency. This work will be executed in Dell’s Nashville, Tennessee and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma consolidated service centers and will expand the successful implementation of helpdesk support as Dell has implemented for other government customers.

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“First and foremost we are looking forward to working with these key government customers to leverage our core competencies and help them accomplish their missions more efficiently and effectively,” said George Newstrom, vice president and general manager, Dell Services Federal Government.

Dell said it has helped thousands of companies and organizations, including 95 percent of federal agencies, use information technology and business process solutions to improve performance and reduce costs.

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