Indus nabs Health and Human Services IT deal

Indus Corp. has won a $26 million, multiyear contract to provide information technology support services to the Health and Human Services Department, the company announced today.

Indus of Vienna, Va., will support all technical operations, maintenance and infrastructure consolidation services for the department's Small Operating Division IT Service Center.

Services include telecommunications, call center and help desk, IT capital planning, enterprise architecture, information security and PC hardware and software services.

Indus' subcontractors include SRA International Inc., Pearson Government Solutions Inc. and G&B Solutions Inc.

Indus, an IT services provider, has about 420 employees and annual sales of $45.6 million, according to Hoover's Online of Austin, Texas.

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