HP wins $44 million worth of USDA procurements
- By Joab Jackson
- Apr 09, 2003
Hewlett-Packard Co., Palo Alto, Calif., won more than $44 million worth of product and service contracts from the Department of Agriculture, the company announced April 9.
The fulfillments were completed under the Common Computing Environment, a USDA initiative to standardize IT purchases across its offices.
HP will provide approximately 3,000 HP ProLiant servers and approximately 4250 printers. The contractors involving servers totaled about $32 million, while the printer contract totaled about $8 million.
The company was also contracted for $4.25 million for server upgrades and services.
The purchases were made through contracts from the Natural Resource Conservation Service and Farm Service Agency.
Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.