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  Northrop Grumman Corporation, together with Hewlett-Packard, Booz Allen Hamilton, Gateway and MCI, has been awarded an interim contract by the commonwealth of Virginia to help transform and improve the states IT infrastructure.
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The interim contract phase is funded at $3.5 million.

Upon review by Virginia's General Assembly, the interim contract will transition to a 10-year contract valued at approximately $2 billion and will include cost reimbursable, fixed-priced and fixed-unit pricing contractual provisions.

Northrop Grumman's Information Technology (IT) sector will support the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) in its IT infrastructure transformation of 91 executive branch agencies.

IT services provided by the infrastructure partnership will include network services, desktop services and e-mail, data-center consolidation and management, customer-care services, call centers, and other infrastructure projects and services.

Northrop Grumman will provide career opportunities to the current VITA workforce of approximately 900 employees to build a team to continue IT support to commonwealth agencies. The company will construct a continuity of operations and customer support operations center in southwestern Virginia.

Northrop Grumman, with nearly 32,000 employees in Virginia, is the commonwealth's largest non-retail private employer, and provides information technology solutions to several local Virginia governments, including Roanoke and Stafford counties.
 
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