DLT to Help NASA Buy Autodesk, Red Hat Software Products; Brian Strosser Comments

ITphotoDLT Solutions has been awarded two blanket purchase agreement contracts to provide a range of Autodesk and Red Hat software products and service offerings to NASA.

DLT said Tuesday the first BPA has potential value of $8 million over four years and covers Autodesk-made platforms for building information modeling, design, construction and engineering.

The second BPA covers Red Hat-built open source enterprise tools and contains a potential four-year work period with no price ceiling limit.

Brian Strosser, executive vice president of sales and marketing at DLT Solutions, said the company works to help federal government organizations meet their information technology needs.

DLT says both contracts are intended to create a process for NASA facilities to acquire the software offerings through the agency’s shared services center.

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