Iron Bow Wins $150M IT Contract with Commerce Dept.

Ironbow logoIron Bow Technologies, has been awarded a contract with the U.S. Department of Commerce for IT hardware focusing on network-related products.

The five-year blanket delivery order, issued under the National Institutes of Health Electronic Commodities Store III, has an estimated total value of $150 million and has the potential to be available for use by any of Commerce’s 12 operating units, Iron Bow said.

The contract aims to streamline the procurement process, save time by not awarding multiple contracts to perform the same tasks and deliver the best cost for products.

According to Commerce, the contract with Iron Bow is intended to save up to $25 million in taxpayer dollars over the next five years.

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