Contract roundup

Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services Inc. won a five-year, $9.1 million contract from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts to provide application-outsourcing support. ACS will provide support services for three of the agency's critical payroll and personnel applications: the uniform statewide payroll and personnel system, the human resource information system and the standardized payroll and personnel reporting system.

Perot Systems Corp.'s wholly owned subsidiary, Perot Systems Government Services Inc., was awarded a 10-year, $392 million comprehensive submarine support contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command. The Plano, Texas, company will provide professional program management, engineering, logistics management and financial management in support of in-service submarines for the Navsea Submarine Directorate in Washington. The contract is expected to generate $24 million in revenue for Perot Systems during the first year.

Tyler Technologies Inc. won an $11 million contract from Minnesota for software and services to support a court case management system. The Dallas firm will provide Minnesota with the company's Web-based Odyssey Case Management System. The system will consolidate case processing functions, such as imaging, accounting, calendar scheduling, reporting and forms merging. In addition, Odyssey will provide the state with a central data repository, providing access to critical judicial information in a more timely and efficient manner.

Dyntek Inc. won a three-year contract worth about $18 million with the Virginia Department of Corrections to provide seat management services. Dyntek of Irvine, Calif., and DynCorp TechServ of Reston, Va., will provide comprehensive seat management services that include planning, acquisition, installation, management, asset management, disposal, ongoing maintenance and support, and project management. Participating with Dyntek on the project are Networking Technologies and Support Inc. of Richmond, Va., which will provide systems integration and systems management services, and Verizon Commercial Wiring Services, which will provide cable infrastructure services.

I.D. Systems Inc., Hackensack, N.J., was awarded a $1 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Transportation Security Administration to beef up the company's equipment-tracking products being used in commercial airports. The I.D. Systems solution prevents unauthorized use of aircraft ground support equipment. With this technology, an individual must have an identification badge and appropriate PIN code to operate a vehicle. The system ensures that equipment can only be activated at appropriate times and locations and that it can be deactivated at any time.

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