NIC wins $30 million Texas contract

The Kansas City Star reports e-gov services provider NIC won a $30-$35 million contract from the Texas Department of Public Safety.

By GovFresh · January 4, 2012

The Kansas City Star reports e-gov services provider NIC won a $30-$35 million contract from the Texas Department of Public Safety. The contract runs through August 2016 and includes “motor vehicle inspection-related services, criminal history records, concealed handgun regulations and salvage regulation.”

The Star also says “according to NIC, the work will require a ‘significant investment’ by the company to rebuild the state agency’s database.”

That’s one serious schema.

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