GSA re-ups Perot Systems for building design apps

The General Services Administration Public Building Service awarded Perot Systems Corp. a five-year, $7 million contract to deliver system maintenance and support for users of the agency's Computer-Aided Drawing Library Project.

Under the new contract, Perot Systems of Plano, Texas, will continue running various applications that assist GSA in managing architectural and engineering drawings along with a geospatial and environmental data. It also will continue providing hardware and software maintenance and data migration services.

The company has been supplying maintenance, systems upgrades and operations support for the project since October 2004. In that time, the company reduced the Public Building Service's server use from 32 to six.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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