DARPA orders $65m in PCs and services

DARPA orders $65m in PCs and services

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has placed a five-year, $65 million order for information technology services with RS Information Systems Inc.

The McLean, Va., company will provide desktop PCs, expert assistance and network infrastructure support to DARPA.

The Defense Department agency is making the buy through RSIS' contract under the Transportation Department's Information Technology Omnibus Procurement.

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