Under a five-year, $57 million contract, the company will merge the city’s existing telecommunications network infrastructure into a single digital network for voice and data communications.
“Our priority is to address the city’s aging network model,” San Diego Chief Information Officer Jeff Leveroni said in a release.
The company hopes the digital network project will save the city around $11.1 million over the life of contract.
Xerox provides services for more than 1,500 state and local government agencies across all 50 states.
The company’s ACS subsidiary is managing California’s system for processing Medicaid claims through a $1.6 billion program.
As of March, ACS had processed more than 90 million claims, or $7.5 billion total.