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January 16, 2006

Unisys wins $53m deal in New Zealand

IT services and hardware vendor Unisys Corp has won a major contract extension with Land Transport New Zealand, the organization that administers driving licenses on behalf the country's government.

By CBR Staff Writer

The value of the deal has not been disclosed, although ComputerWire understands that the contract will be worth NZD 77m ($53m) over a seven-year term.

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania-based Unisys will continue to provide infrastructure and IT management services for the Landata and Drivers Licence Register systems, which contain vehicle and driver information. The systems are supported by two Unisys Clearpath Plus Dorado servers, which will be used on a capacity-on-demand model.

The contract was signed in the fourth quarter of 2005.

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