Larry Irving, Hewlett Packard’s new vice president of global government affairs, says his travels to HP facilities around the world have given him a perspective on the leading government information technology issues of the day -- especially cybersecurity.
Hewlett-Packard Corp. has signed a three-year, $123 million technology services agreement extension with California’s Welfare Client Data Systems consortium to enhance services to the state’s welfare clients.
The rivalry between Cisco and Hewlett-Packard heats up as Cisco announces it will not renew its systems integrator agreement with HP.
HP Enterprise Services has established a new practice to assist current and future defense clients and appointed a former top DOD official to run the business.
Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard disclosed a $250 million, three-year partnership to develop and market next-generation data center technology and application infrastructure that combines virtualization, system management and cloud computing.
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.
Harris Corp. will help the Defense Department relocate the Southern Command headquarters in Miami, under a $37 million ITES-2S task order.
Eye on M&A
Dell's purchase of Perot Systems announced in September is part of a continuing realignment of the information technology industry, according to analysts.
Hewlett-Packard Co. will provide the state of California with a broad range of computers and display terminals under a four-year contract worth up to $80 million annually.
Hewlett-Packard will face risks and benefits in the government market by dropping 47-year-old EDS brand, marketing experts say.
EDS has won a $30 million award from the Treasury Department to upgrade computer services at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
EDS will make technical enhancements to the Defense Department health system under a one-year, $8.1 million add-on contract.