- Homepage: http://www.unisys.com/
September 2007: "Unisys is a worldwide information technology (IT) services and solutions company with more than 31,000 employees. Our consultants apply expertise in consulting, systems integration, outsourcing, infrastructure, and server technology to help clients quickly and efficiently achieve secure business operations.
With 85 percent of our revenue coming from services, as well as a long heritage in providing powerful, enterprise server technology, Unisys has the capabilities needed to help large organizations apply IT for business advantage and success. Our consultants, industry experts and infrastructure specialists work with clients to understand their business challenges and develop integrated, secure solutions that help them achieve their business goals. We complement these services with some of the industry’s most powerful, innovative enterprise server technology capabilities. This combination of services and technology capabilities, along with core competencies in our strategic growth areas, allows us to provide value-added solutions that can handle an organization’s most business-critical information requirements."http://www.unisys.com/about__unisys/investors/at__a__glance/index.htm
May 2005: "Unisys is a worldwide information technology services and solutions company with more than 36,000 employees. Our people provide expertise in consulting, systems integration, outsourcing, infrastructure services, and server technology to help clients quickly and efficiently achieve competitive advantage.
With more than 80% of our revenue coming from services, our consultants, industry experts, and infrastructure specialists work with clients to understand their business challenges and develop integrated solutions that help them achieve their business goals. We complement these services with some of the industry's most powerful, innovative enterprise server technology. This combination of services and technology capabilities allows us to provide value-added solutions that can handle an organization's most "business-critical" information requirements.
Our primary vertical markets are financial services, the public sector, transportation, communications and media as well as other commercial industries. Unisys operates in more than 100 countries around the world."http://www.unisys.com/about__unisys/investors/at__a__glance/index.htm
September 2007: The FBI is investigating a major information technology firm [Unisys--Ed.] with a $1.7 billion Department of Homeland Security contract after it allegedly failed to detect cyber break-ins traced to a Chinese-language Web site and then tried to cover up its deficiencies, according to congressional investigators.http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/23/AR2007092301471.html
Role Name Type Last Updated Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Walter Hamilton Person Nov 24, 2007
Articles and Resources
Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Sep 24, 2007 Contractor Blamed in DHS Data Breaches
QUOTE: The FBI is investigating a major information technology firm with a $1.7 billion Department of Homeland Security contract after it allegedly failed to detect cyber break-ins traced to a Chinese-language Web site and then tried to cover up its deficiencies, according to congressional investigators. At the center of the probe is Unisys Corp...
Washington Post Sep 07, 2007 A $50 Billion Windfall from the GSA
QUOTE: The U.S. General Services Administration has arrived at a solution to streamline the process by which it awards technology contracts. But to outsiders, it looks like an insider game.
Baseline Mar 01, 2006 Innovation Bites the Dust
QUOTE: Patent trolls...buy dozens of seemingly obscure patents and then spend time looking at which large public companies may have in some way infringed upon them....are often short sellers who swoop in when the large company's stock drops on word of the infringement suit and then sell when it rebounds.
PC Magazine Dec 14, 2005 Is the Pentagon spying on Americans? Secret database obtained by NBC News tracks ‘suspicious’ domestic groups
QUOTE: ...the U.S. military has stepped up intelligence collection inside this country since 9/11, which now includes the monitoring of peaceful anti-war and counter-military recruitment groups....the Pentagon now collects domestic intelligence that goes beyond legitimate concerns about terrorism or protecting U.S. military installations, say critics.
MSNBC Oct 23, 2005 Contractor Accused Of Overbilling U.S.: Technology Company Hired After 9/11 Charged Too Much for Labor, Audit Says
QUOTE: Unisys billed taxpayers $131.12 an hour for a technical writer who should have made no more than $46.43 an hour. The extra money was generally not passed along to the employees but was kept by the company.
Washington Post May 22, 2005 Contracting Rush For Security Led To Waste, Abuse
QUOTE: Billions of dollars were spent to protect Americans with improved passenger screening, bomb-detection machines at airports, radiation monitors at ports and computer networks to identify suspected terrorists at the borders.... But the government's internal audits have repeatedly questioned the cost and effectiveness of the equipment and security systems bought from corporations that received a torrent of money under loosened regulations, limited oversight and tight congressional deadlines.
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