Unisys Receives $30.5M IDIQ Tech Support Contract for HHS-OIG; Melissa Carson Quoted

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded a potential four-and-a-half, $30.5 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to Unisys for providing a secure service desk, end user support and infrastructure operations and engineering services to the OIG, the company announced on Wednesday.

With Unisys support services, OIG employers will have direct, seamless and secure access to tools and information they need to combat fraud, waste, abuse and other inefficiencies. Unisys will also provide security services including endpoint protection, network access control, continuous diagnostics and mitigation and identity management.

"This new task order with HHS will allow the Office of the Inspector General to leverage Unisys' proven solutions to support its base of end users. The capabilities of Unisys' new, best-in-class service offerings such as InteliServe will allow the agency to accelerate its digital transformation securely and efficiently," said Melissa Carson, group vice president for Civilian Agencies for Unisys Federal.

The contract was awarded under the National Institutes of Health's Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) IDIQ, government-wide acquisition contract, with an initial six-month base period and four potential one-year extension options. 

About Unisys

Unisys is a global information technology company that builds high-performance, security-centric solutions for the most demanding businesses and governments. Unisys offerings include security software and services; digital transformation and workplace services; industry applications and services; and innovative software operating environments for high-intensity enterprise computing. 

 For more information on how Unisys builds better outcomes securely for its clients across the Government, Financial Services and Commercial markets, visit www.unisys.com.

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