Thursday, July 10, 2008

Unisys Files Protest Over TSA 'Down-Select'

Alice Lipowicz writes on Washington Technology:

Unisys Corp. has filed a protest with the Government Accountability Office objecting to being left off the list of finalist bidders for the estimated $2 billion contract for the Transportation Security Administration's Information Technology Infrastructure Program.

The company, based in Blue Bell, Pa., has been lead contractor on the project since its inception in 2002. The new contract is a follow-on to the original work.

More here.

Note: I wonder if this has anything to do with Unisys' stellar track record on security? -ferg


At Mon Jul 21, 01:45:00 PM PDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unisys Culture of win the contract, work hard for a year or two, then coast while looking for more contracts, diverges from the TSA Culture of "We are at War!". The routine Consultant wasn't dedicated enough for the TSA Warrior. The long slide downhill has been brewing for years, so this should be no surprise.


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