The ITSS-4 award provides a base year of performance that ends on September 30, with six various one-year option periods. HP is one of 20 businesses that have the opportunity to compete for task orders under the $1.1 billion indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract.
“The government needs to obtain high-quality technical expertise at a reasonable cost,” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president and general manager, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services. “HP has experts with significant technological proficiencies who can provide the Department of Justice with innovative information technology solutions while helping them achieve their cost-savings goals.”
HP will be offering the DOJ different systems, software, application development, web development and an array of additional IT service requirements under the new ITSS-4 contract. Additionally, HP will be helping DOJ fulfill its small business goals as well.