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Air Force Sets Up BPA for Autodesk Products with DLT Solutions

Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK) announced that the Air Force Office of the Civil Engineer reached blanket purchase agreement with DLT Solutions for access to Autodesk products, services and training.

DLT Solutions functions as Autodesk’s master U.S. government reseller.

The deal is expected to carry a value of $26 million over a five-year term.

“We are extremely pleased to extend our long-standing relationship with the United States Air Force through this strategic sourcing agreement, ” said Jay Bhatt, senior vice president, AEC solutions, at Autodesk. “Autodesk is pleased to play a key partnership role in helping Air Force Civil Engineering to provide, operate, maintain, and protect a mission critical portfolio of sustainable installation assets around the world. This agreement ensures Air Force Civil Engineering has access to the latest innovative design, geospatial, modeling, and visualization software tools and professional services to support its national defense mission.”

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