Carahsoft Awarded Potential $440M DoD BPA for Hardware, Software & Services

Jeff Brody

Carahsoft Technology will provide McAfee-branded hardware, software and services to U.S. defense, intelligence and Coast Guard operations worldwide under a potential four-year, $440M blanket purchase agreement.

The U.S. Navy issued the multiple-award, firm-fixed-price BPA under the DoD Enterprise Software Initiative and added the agreement to a BPA awarded last year, the Pentagon said Friday.

The company will supply products to address customer requirements in areas such as data and server protection, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, email gateway security and network intrusion prevention.

The Navy initially selected DLT Solutions, EC America and International Systems Marketing in May 2018 to provide McAfee platforms and services through a potential five-year, $550.8M BPA.

The service branch received and selected an offer Carahsoft as part of a competitive procurement on the General Services Administration's E-Buy website.

DoD noted that all four companies can compete for future requirements and the department will primarily use operations and maintenance funds on task orders.

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