Published By : 06 Sep 2013 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Hewlett-Packard (HP) Enterprise Services has been awarded a $56 million task order for a period of three years by the US Department of Defense\'s (DoD) Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC). The scope of this contract includes modernization, management and support to the DMDC\'s four Personnel Security and Assurance Systems as well as assisting in the development of the Defense Information System for Security. This announcement was made by a company representative recently.
As part of the contract, HP will implement its Applications Management Services in monitoring and maintaining crucial personnel security management systems of the US DoD that apply to all military personnel, DoD employees and contractors, and other civilian personnel. These personnel security management systems comprise: Secure Web Fingerprint Transmission, Joint Personnel Adjudication System, Improved Investigative Records Repository and the Defense Central Index of Investigations.
As part of this task order, HP will also work on the data services and security aspect in creating the new Joint Verification System (JVS) that is poised to bring in standardization, better response time, and smoother network function. To this end, HP will implement its Transformation and Integration Services.
HP has been a key player in providing IT and application development solutions to the DMDC for over three decades now, thus leveraging its prior experience to the advantage of the DMCD in this project too.