Dell Inc.'s acquisition of Perot Systems opens a broader range of services to take on health, cloud computing, outsourcing and data centers in the government market.
Jim Champy, chairman of consulting for Dell Services, is a thought-leader on the topic of reengineering government and industry. His latest book is “Inspire!” He recently spoke with Associate Editor David Hubler.
The $120 million outsourcing contract Dell Perot Systems won to process citizenship and immigration applications is both a new contract for the company and sort of a follow-on.
Dell Perot Systems will process citizenship and immigration applications under a $120 million contract with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services bureau.
Perot Systems Government Services Unit will provide information technology services to support the Transportation Department’s Common Operating Environment under a 10-year contract worth more than $65 million.
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Dell Perot Systems Government Services Division has named Jack Stem vice president for Defense Department sales.
Paul Bell, president of Dell Public Sector, explains how a focus on the customer is key to making the Dell-Perot acquisition a success.
Dell Perot Systems has won a five-year, $42 million award to assist the Army with communications and other command services.
Five weeks after Dell Co. acquired Perot Systems Inc. in a transaction valued at approximately $3.9 billion, officials at Dell say the integration has gone smoothly with no turf wars and a new batch of contract opportunities.
A new testing center, part of an effort led by Lockheed Martin and 13 IT companies, will allow for collaboration on developing better cyber defenses.
Perot Systems Government Services has hired Shana Dale Fagan as senior vice president of the Space and Earth Technology Services sector, a unit within the Federal Civilian Division.