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SAIC to Provide Environmentally-Friendly IT to EPA

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded SAIC a task order to host the agency’s National Computer Center that could be worth up to $42 million, the company announced.

The data centers part of the National Computer Center collect and process large amounts of environmental data. SAIC will be charged with improving efficiencies with servers, storage, operations, facilities and disaster-recovery services.

Fitting with the agency’s goals, SAIC will keep sustainability in mind in its implementation, according to SAIC Senior Vice President and Business Unit General Manager Doug Wagoner.

“SAIC has a long history of support to the EPA and understands the important role information technology infrastructure plays in support of the agency’s mission to protect human health and safeguard the environment,” he said. “We look forward to providing environmentally friendly, cost efficient and agile data center services to EPA’s programs.”

The project has a one-year base period with five one-year options and will be performed in Washington, D.C., and Research Triangle Park, N.C., along with other EPA data center locations.

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