Will deliver IT, telecommunications services including: data centre hosting, service desk, desktop, network, applications and cross-functional services
HP enterprise services has won a $700m IT outsourcing contract from the County of San Diego, California.
The contract is to strengthen the county’s technical stability, reduce IT spend and introduce innovative technologies to better serve residents and employees.
HP will be the prime contractor, responsible for administering information technology and telecommunications services including data centre hosting, service desk, desktop, network, applications and cross-functional services.
HP will streamline processes, consolidate operations, modernise technology and improve consistency and performance across the organisation, said the company.
In addition, HP will support the county’s workforce with advanced connectivity offerings. The company said an increasing number of county employees will gain mobility access to collaborate and share data whether in the office, on the road or in the field.
HP enterprise services US public sector senior vice-president and general manager Dennis Stolkey 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.
"Through close collaboration with the County of San Diego, HP will provide IT services to enhance citizen experience with their agencies, increase transparency and improve business process accuracy and productivity," Stolkey said.