Insight Public Sector Wins Potential $653M DON BPA for Microsoft Software Licenses, Cloud Products

Insight Public Sector has won a potential three-year, $653.2 million blanket purchase agreement to help the Department of the Navy obtain Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) software licenses, cloud products and software assurance services.

The U.S. Navy issued the BPA in accordance with IPS’ Federal Supply Schedule contract and policy and guidelines under the Defense Department‘s Enterprise Software Initiative, DoD said Friday.

Products covered by the agreement are meant to address DON’s functional requirements for desktop software, operating systems, server software, desktop sharing, virtualization, client access licenses, developer tools, management tools, mobility, utility and software assurance.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific solicited bids from 895 vendors and received four offers for the BPA via the General Services Administration‘s E-Buy website.

DoD noted the Navy will obligate funds upon issuance of task orders within the ordering period that will run through May 2021.

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