Unisys to support DISA data center under $28M ENCORE II task order

Unisys has won a $28 million task order to provide a range of data center support services to the Defense Information Systems Agency.

The task order was awarded under DISA’s $12 billion ENCORE II contract vehicle.

Under the contract, Unisys will provide enterprise resource planning, database management and administration and Unix, Linux and Windows management in order to help DISA execute mission-critical applications for logistics, maintenance, finance, planning and support, Unisys said in a release.

Work will take place at the Defense Enterprise Computing Center in Ogden, Utah, which provides information processing services to a group of Defense Department organizations around the world, the company said.

“DISA’s extension of our work at the Ogden Defense Enterprise Computing Center will allow Unisys to continue supporting the Defense Department as it moves forward with its Joint Information Environment to improve the department’s information sharing and security posture,” said Gene Zapfel, group vice president for defense and intelligence agencies, Unisys Federal Systems.

Unisys has been working with DISA for more than 20 years.

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Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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