Motor City re-ups ACS for ticket processing

The city of Detroit has renewed a contract with Affiliated Computer Services Inc. for continued processing of parking tickets and collection of related fines.

In addition, ACS of Dallas will upgrade two systems that read license-plate characters to help the city more easily identify scofflaws. The contract is valued at $3.7 million.

Under an amendment included in the renewal, the company will also begin processing Department of Administration Hearings environmental and building and safety violations. This additional scope of work will earn ACS $665,000 per year in revenue.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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