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CA Selects DLT as Partner for Software Distribution in Government Market

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 2, 2018 — CA Technologies (Nasdaq: CA) has picked DLT Solutions as a “tier one” partner and distributor of its entire portfolio of big data, analytics, data science, cybersecurity, cloud, application life cycle, information technology management, mobility and virtualization products and services to the public sector, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

This partnership is part of the N.Y.-based technology company’s effort to help government partners advance their transformation initiatives, CA Technologies Partner Sales Vice President Roy Borden said in a DLT statement issued Thursday.

DLT President Brian Strosser added the Herndon, Va.-based firm seeks to help extend CA Technologies’ footprint in the public sector and will offer technologies in line with government missions.

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