Army Microsoft Enterprise License Agreement

Jeff Christensen U.S. Air Force Program Manager Phone: (630) 725-4383 Rich Schafer U.S. Army Europe Phone: (425) 538-1333 Steve Lipscomb U.S. Army Pacific, Army U.S. Forces Korea Phone: (301) 771-8172 According to the American Forces Press Service, the agreement, a joint effort by the Air Force, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency, shows „the best prices that DOD has received so far for microsoft office and server licenses.” Jack McNulty AFMC, HQ Air Force, AFDW Phone: (703) 673-7765 Pablo Colon IMCOM, MEDCOMU.S. Army North, South Phone: (210) 332-6040 Tim Dean NETCOM, SMDC, AMC Phone: (480) 383-2780 383-2780 Army Deputy Chief Information Officer Michael Krieger said the military would save more than $70 million a year during the contract. Air Force Lieutenant General Michael J. Basla said he would save $50 million a year. Austin Adams OSD, JCS, WHS Phone: (703) 657-1764 For more information, see: Keywords Agreement Framework BPA Contract Award Defense Department Defense Health Agency Dell dell dell federal systems DHA DODvcon Microsoft visio professional windows server standard Mike Quinn ACC, AFGSC, ANG, AFRC Phone: (703) 657-1901 Eric Bowers AMC, AETC, AFOTEC, AF Medical Phone: (425) 538-6019 The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) — the Pentagon branch responsible for computer procurement — is pursuing joint enterprise licensing agreements (JELAs) covering several DoD agencies.

Over the past two years, DISA has produced JELAs with Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Adobe, all of which seem to work smoothly. Jennifer Madrid AFSPC, AFNIC, 24 AF, SMC Phone: (719) 321-9357 The military also had problems with a Symantec ELA that it signed in 2013 which – like VMware ELA — was a maintenance contract that also allowed unlimited downloads of software licenses. Monica Doley COCOM Program Manager Phone: (703) 673-7818 Todd Trader Corps of Engineers, I Corps Phone: (425) 704-9851 information on eligible courses is available at the following address: Tim Solms, managing director of Microsoft`s DOD company, has joined FedScoop Radio to discuss the deal and what it means for Microsoft and THE DOD. Symantec ELA was created in the form of a three-year, $70.8 million contract, but the military decided after the first year and signed a pure contract with Symantec, according to documents published on the Army`s Chess (Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions) portal. „There is a good reason why these contracts are in place. DISA and others want to ensure business consistency and standardization and ensure they get fair and reasonable prices,” says Tony Colangelo, executive member of Minburn Technology Group, a Microsoft distributor partner based in Great Falls, Va. The Health Informatics Department retrieved and evaluated the proposals as part of a company-level purchasing framework contract using a technically acceptable approach. Rich Nickerson ARMY G2 Phone: (703) 771-8551 Susan Whiston U.S. Army HQDA, U.S. Army Cyber, ARNG, PEO EIS, TRADOC Phone: (301) 771-8685 Rhonda Cook APG, AAC, ACEC, HRS, PEO C3T, ATEC Phone: (301) 771-8281 VMwarees Enterprise Licensing Agreement 2013 with the U.S. Army has led to larger than expected invoices for some subordinate orders, but there have been some DOD ELA that have worked rather well.