Social Security buys 32,000 PCs from Compaq

Social Security buys 32,000 PCs from Compaq

Under a $32 million contract, Compaq Computer Corp. will replace nearly one third of the Social Security Administration's PCs in the next five months.

Compaq will provide SSA with 32,000 computers, preconfiguring the Deskpro EN systems with SSA software.

The new PCs will be installed in 945 locations in the United States, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

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