ISG awarded IT services contract by Texas

Information Services Group (ISG) has been awarded a Deliverables-Based Information Technology Services (DBITS) contract by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR).

Under the DBITS contract, state and local government agencies in Texas are able to contract directly with ISG for deliverables-based systems integration and application development projects. The value of such contracts is capped at $5 million for state agencies, and $10 million for non-state entities, including institutions of higher education.

The contract, DIR Contract No. DIR-TSO-3974, is effective for two years, with automatic renewals for two additional years, says ISG.

[Image courtesy: Texas DIR ]

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