Printer Firm HP Wins IT Outsourcing Contract For The County Of San Diego
Printer ink firm Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced it has been chosen by the county of San Diego, California, to manage a $700million (£426.3 million) Information Technology (IT) Outsourcing contract.
The company's mission is to provide the area with sustainable, efficient and effective IT provisions to better serve residents and employees.
HP's new contract will make it the prime provider for IT and telecommunications services within San Diego.
Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president and general manager of US public sector at HP Enterprise Services, said: "Local governments work hard to provide taxpayers with timely and convenient delivery of government services while being faced with significant pressures from aging technology."
He added the new contract will help improve business transparency, accuracy and productivity with the area.
Recently, the printer firm launched the HP Strategic IT Advisory Services scheme that has been designed to help chief information officers ensure their computer technology is sufficient to allow their firms to grow and become profitable.
Posted by Jamie Foster