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Carahsoft to Provide ServiceNow Software Licenses to Library of Congress Under Potential $77M Contract

Carahsoft Technology has received a potential five-year, $76.9 million contract to deliver ServiceNow software licenses and support to the Library of Congress.

LoC disclosed the single-award, firm-fixed-price contract in a FedBizOpps award notice posted Friday.

Carahsoft acts as the master government aggregator and distributor of ServiceNow’s cloud-based offerings to the public sector through a partnership agreement between the two companies.

LOC seeks access to a suite of ServiceNow information technology applications to support the library’s IT service automation, resource management and shared services initiatives.

The ServiceNowService Automation Government Cloud Suite is designed to help customers store, process and transmit agency data with the use of multi-instance architecture.

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