By FY 1996 ACS became the fourth largest commercial outsource provider in the U. More recently, ACS was best known for its Transportation Solutions Group (TSG), which supported transportation services including electronic toll collection, management of cities’ parking systems, and photo traffic enforcement.In 2009, ACS ranked #401 on the FORTUNE 500 list and employed about 74,000 people around the world who served thousands of commercial and government clients.In February 2010, following its acquisition by Xerox, ACS was replaced by Urban Outfitters on the Standard & Poor 500 Index.On July 29, 2016 the US District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the lawsuit pursued by Matthew Sciabacucchi.
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