HP wins $469M DISA contract for content delivery services

Hewlett-Packard Co. has won a $469 million contract to provide global content delivery services to the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Under the contract, HP will provide services in order to help DISA meet its current and future content delivery environment workload, security, availability, scalability and modernization requirements, the Defense Department said in a release.

HP will also make sure that it maintains uninterrupted access and problem escalation and resolution support, the Defense Department said.

Work is expected to wrap up in June 2021.

Three companies bid on this contract.

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