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Dell Wins $476M Contract with Veterans Affairs

Dell has been awarded a contract with the Veterans Affairs to provide PC technology and services for more than 1, 200 sites nationwide. The contract is worth $476 million over a four-year period.

The firm will provide VA with approximately 600, 000 PCs and monitors. The terms of the contract require Dell to provide deployment services and support to VA and will help the agency continue to transform its end-user computer environment to improve access, manageability and security.

“We are privileged to continue our partnership with the VA to serve some of our nation’s most deserving citizens, our veterans, and their mission by providing  the technology and services that improve end-user computing productivity, increase IT efficiency and reduce costs, ” said Max Peterson, vice president and general manager of Dell Federal.

Dell has partnered with several service-disabled, veteran-small businesses to support managed deployment services to VA’s 1, 200 sites. Those businesses include Four Points Technology, HMS Technologies, Arma Systems, Clivden and Alpha Ten.

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