Rochester N.Y.- Bloomberg.com reported Tuesday night that Xerox has won an estimated $500 million contract to replace New York’s Medicaid management system, the biggest in the U.S.

 

The state comptroller however still has to sign off on the five-year computer-services agreement .

State officials say Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC), which runs the current system, didn’t bid.

Xerox was vying against Hewlett-Packard for the deal.