Two companies received contracts to support information technology for U.S. Special Operations Command. General Dynamics Information Technology has a five-year, $83 million deal to manage enterprise networks. That includes data, voice and video communications worldwide. HP Enterprise Services’ four-year deal is worth $68 million. That company will support Special Operations data centers. It covers servers, storage and computers around the world. Both companies will work mainly out of MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
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