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November 20, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two Small Computer Firms Get Big Contract: CompuAdd Corp. and Sysorex Information Systems, two relatively small computer firms, have been awarded a Defense Department contract estimated to be worth about $1 billion. CompuAdd Corp., based in Austin, Tex., and Sysorex Information Systems, in Falls Church, Va., said they received word last week that they won the lucrative three-year Air Force "Desktop Four" contract.
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November 20, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two Small Computer Firms Get Big Contract: CompuAdd Corp. and Sysorex Information Systems, two relatively small computer firms, have been awarded a Defense Department contract estimated to be worth about $1 billion. CompuAdd Corp., based in Austin, Tex., and Sysorex Information Systems, in Falls Church, Va., said they received word last week that they won the lucrative three-year Air Force "Desktop Four" contract.
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July 9, 1997 | (Washington Post)
Sysorex Information Systems Inc. is being acquired by Vanstar Corp. of Pleasanton in a deal worth up to $53 million in cash, stock and debt. Executives said the union would give the combined company added heft to compete for a greater collection of government contracts. Under terms of the agreement, Fairfax, Va.-based Sysorex would operate as a mostly autonomous division of Vanstar.
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December 25, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A federal administrative judge on Thursday canceled the Pentagon's $741-million award to Zenith Data Systems Corp. to provide the federal government with personal computers. The decision is a victory for six competitors that appealed the award, including AST Research Inc. in Irvine. Judge Catherine Hyatt, who reviews contract appeals for the General Services Administration, canceled the Desktop IV contract for 300,000 PCs to be delivered to the Pentagon through 1995.
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March 2, 1993 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Internal Revenue Service has embarked on the costliest modernization effort ever undertaken by a federal agency, but the effort has been threatened by a fierce battle over which firm will handle a key computer phase of the $8-billion, 10-year overhaul. A subsidiary of Lockheed Corp., the giant defense contractor, has gone to court to block the IRS from spending $1.4 billion to acquire 3,000 minicomputers and other high-tech equipment from the government contracting arm of AT&T.
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