Global information technology company Unisys Corp. has announced a series of public sector contracts with clients across the globe.
“This series of contract wins highlights our ability to deliver a wide range of secure, innovative solutions and services to federal, state and local governments all over the world,” said Eric Hutto, senior vice president and president of Unisys Enterprise Solutions.
The company said it had signed a contract with a U.S. state government for an integrated security framework, related disaster recovery services and private hybrid cloud services. The 2-year contract is worth approximately $144 million.
Unisys also expanded its relationship with an Australian state government agency, under which it will move much larger workloads than originally anticipated away from the client’s on-premise data center into Unisys-managed hybrid cloud environments.
The company announced a contract with the European Fisheries Control Agency for a range of secure IT services. EFCA is a European Union agency that supports the sustainability of fishing resources in Europe. Unisys will provide services in support of EFCA’s operational information systems and secure access to the tools needed for coordination and cooperation among national control and inspection activities.
The company also announced it had signed a new 3-year contract with the Transportation Department for a state government in Brazil responsible for vehicle and driver licensing.
Overall, Unisys reported 7% growth year over year for its public sector business in 2019. Public sector business accounted for 30% of the company’s 2019 global revenue.