HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT

HP wins $32.4M pact under DHS's CDM BPA

Hewlett-Packard Co. has won a $32.4 million contract with the Homeland Security Department to provide software security licenses for 33 U.S. federal civilian government agencies.

This contract was awarded under the department’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation blanket purchase agreement, won by several companies in August.

Under the contract, HP will provide licenses for two industry-leading enterprise security solutions that will be used to address the application security requirements with the CDM program.

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