A growing trend

As Air Force officials plan to consolidate their Microsoft Corp. software contracts through an enterprise software licensing agreement, they are borrowing a page from the Army's playbook. Army officials announced a servicewide Microsoft software license agreement last year that runs through 2009.

The Army Enterprise Infostructure-Enterprise Software Consolidation contract funded the purchase of 426,000 licenses through Softmart Government Service Inc., a federal contractor based in Downingtown, Pa. Army officials issued a memo in March to enforce the policy so regional information technology directors don't pay double for Microsoft products when they buy hardware or software.

The 2014 Federal 100

FCW is very pleased to profile the women and men who make up this year's Fed 100. 

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