Federal business drags down Unisys' growth rate

Unisys had strong ClearPath mainframe sales and system integration business, but the federal market continues to be a challenge.

Unisys transfers DOE Idaho lab employees to the cloud

Unisys Corp. will install cloud-based Google Apps for Government for some 5,000 Energy Department lab employees in Idaho under a 10-year contract with a potential value of more than $10 million.

Unisys supports CDC with new hardware, software

Unisys Corp. has won a three-year, $10.2 million time and materials task order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for IT support services to the Information Technology Services Office.

Unisys updates Michigan's child welfare IT system

Unisys will provide Michigan with a new child welfare information system under a 5-year contract that could be worth as much as $47 million.

Unisys struggles against a soft federal market

Sluggish government puts damper on company's services business.

All of GSA's e-mail now in Google cloud

The General Services Administration has successfully migrated its 17,000 e-mail users to Google Apps for Government, according to GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.

Executives reassess how to grow during tough times

Among the budget delays and economic worries, government contractors are still finding opportunities for growth. But they also are focused on controlling costs and investing in infrastructure.

20 capture $1B Justice IT prize

Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.

Unisys realigns Federal Systems group, alters portfolios

Unisys Corp. has added two new executives and assigned new roles to three others to bolster its senior Federal Systems management team and, more precisely, to target government sales.

Unisys gains NASA flight simulation contract

NASA awarded a $48.5 million contract to Unisys Corp. to provide support for flight simulation research at Langley Research Center.

GSA's Google Apps award raises Microsoft’s hackles

Microsoft Corp. complains that GSA amended a request for proposals that resulted in Unisys Corp. winning a $6.7 million contract to create a cloud-based e-mail system using Google Apps. What ticked off the software giant?

Unisys brings Google Apps to GSA

Unisys Corp. has won a General Services Administration contract worth $6.7 million to create a secure, cloud-based e-mail and collaboration platform for the agency.

Unisys’ IT assistance to Minneapolis to run through 2015

Unisys Corp. has received a contract extension worth an estimated $33 million to provide further IT outsourcing services to the city government of Minneapolis through 2015.

Unisys hit by declines in services, technology sales

Unisys' technology and services business arms each had double-digit percentage sales declines in the third quarter.

Unisys’ license plate-scanning award boosts border security

Unisys Corp. will build an advanced identification system for people and vehicles entering and exiting the United States across the borders with Mexico and Canada under a five-year Land Border Integration contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection that has a ceiling value of $350 million over five years.

Unisys plants IT security upgrades in USDA agencies

Unisys Corp. will boost IT security for the Agriculture Department under a five-year task order that could be worth as much as $18 million.

Border work brings unexpected career path

Gena Alexa of Unisys didn't expect to go into border control work, but her success has made a difference.

GAO hands down decision on Unisys bid protest

Decision by GAO clears the way for CSC to finally begin work on the $500 million TSA infrastructure contract.

Gena Alexa: Securing U.S. land borders

2010 Rising Star winner Gena Alexa led the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, a cross-agency program that uses radio frequency identification, license plate reader and biometrics technologies with Customs and Border Patrol intelligence systems to secure U.S. land borders.

Unisys federal business drags down revenue

Company says half of its decline in U.S. revenue in the second quarter came from lower sales in the federal market.