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HP Ent. Services awarded judiciary contract

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - HP Enterprise Services has been awarded a contract by the Judiciary of Guam to modernize its court case management system and improve access to the courts via the Internet. HP will act as a systems integrator for the Judiciary's court case management solution.

It will help provide 24/7 public access to court information and improve system efficiency, as well as streamline reporting, administration and performance management. The solution also will help the government address the increased demand on judicial services due to Guam's expected 25 percent population growth over the next four years.

For more than 45 years, HP has served as a trusted leader in delivering secure, reliable it solutions in the government sector.

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