DLT Wins Marines Symantec Software License Maintenance Order

DLT solutionsDLT Solutions has won a $12, 375, 152 delivery order from the Marine Corps Systems Command to help maintain Symantec software licenses.

The company received the firm-fixed-price delivery order under a General Service Administration Federal Supply Schedule contract, the Defense Department said Aug. 28.

DLA received three quotes for the order under a competitive procurement.

Work will occur in Herndon, Va. through Sept. 30, 2016 and the Marine Corps is obligating $1, 187, 280 in fiscal year 2013 operations and maintenance funding at the time of award.

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