DOD Buyers' Guide


FEATURES

Building a better ERP
DOD looks to hire experts to ensure program success.

Feds seek cyber espionage protection
Agencies use anti-spyware software to protect their networks from eavesdroppers.



CONTRACTS

Enterprise Software Initiative
Includes blanket purchase agreements for Adobe software, architecture tools, Citrix software, secure collaboration, database software, enterprise management, enterprise resource planning software and services, Microsoft products, WinZip software and portfolio management.

Air Force
Includes desktop, laptops and servers; Information Technology 2 IT services; IT2 system accessories and rugged devices; and Network Centric Solutions.

Army
Includes Army Desktop and Mobile Computing 1, IT Enterprise Solutions Enterprise Hardware Solutions, ITES Enterprise Mission Support Services Solutions, Army Enterprise Infostructure-Enterprise Software Consolidation, and Maxi-Minis and Databases.

Navy
Includes the Department of the Navy's Enterprise Solutions, IT Support Services and Tactical Advanced Computer Solutions.

Defense Information Systems Agency
Includes Encore, Global Enterprise Management Support, Information Assurance and Next Generation Engineering

General Services Administration
Includes Applications ā€™Nā€™ Support for Widely Diverse End-User Requirements and IT Omnibus Procurement II for security services


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