Unisys wins $18.8M contract with Public Building Service

Order won under $150M BPA awarded in April

Unisys Corp. has won an $18.8 million task order to provide IT support services to the General Services Administration's Public Building Service.

The task order was awarded under a $150 million blanket purchase agreement that Unisys and five other companies won in April.

Under the order, Unisys will provide infrastructure and application support for all of PBS’s mission-critical applications, which support the service’s mission as landlord for the federal civilian government, the company said in a release.

The Public Building Service is essentially the government's landlord and is responsible for building and leasing facilities for federal agencies.

So far, Unisys has won $30 million worth of business under this BPA.

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Wed, Nov 6, 2013 Jorge Tyson's

The win was spearheaded by CMO Ian Watanabe. Congrats!

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