News: IBM wins 10-year, $ 123 million HR contract from US govt

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IBM wins 10-year, $ 123 million HR contract from US govt

A ZDNet news report states that IBM has won a 10-year, $ 123 million contract to replace the existing human resource system of the U.S. Department of Veterana Affairs. Based on the deal, IBM will build, operate, and maintain the new HR system which will be deployed across the enterprise by 2015.

A ZDNet news report states that IBM has won a 10-year, $ 123 million contract to replace the existing human resource system of the U.S. Department of Veterana Affairs. Based on the deal, IBM will build, operate, and maintain the new HR system which will be deployed across the enterprise by 2015.

The system will aim to create service options for the company’s managers and employees and reduce costs by consolidating HR processes into one geographic location.

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