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2/19/2014
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Defense Dept. Inks $40.5M Deal For Adobe Software

The DOD expects to save $16.6 million under a three-year contract with CDW-G giving the Army, Air Force, and DISA access to Adobe technologies.

Joint Command Exercise.(Source: US Army CIO/G-6)
Joint Command Exercise.
(Source: US Army CIO/G-6)

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2/19/2014 | 11:07:13 PM
Cross DoD Buys
Software licensing deals for enterprises as big as the Army are rarely as simple as it would seem. So this deal that goes across multiple services is a genuine acomplishment for DOD, CDW-G and Adobe.
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