Six Firms Land Spots on Potential $820M DoD BPA for Software Products, Services

Six companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $820.4M blanket purchase agreement to provide commercial-off-the-shelf software offerings for the Department of Defense, intelligence community and the U.S. Coast Guard.

The BPA is designed to address requirements under DoD’s Enterprise Software Initiative and covers information technology asset management platforms, software maintenance support and professional IT services, the Pentagon said Friday.

Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific received eight offers out of 679 vendors that were eligible to compete for the BPA through the General Services Administration’s E-buy website. The ordering period is scheduled to run through July 11, 2029.

Awards were issued in accordance with the individual vendors’ Federal Supply Schedule contracts.

The resellers and software publishers are listed below:

  • Belarc
  • Carahsoft Technology: BeyondTrust, Datalocker, Hytrust, Nlyte, Microfocus Solutions, Oblong, Safenet and Zscaler
  • DLT Solutions: Netscout, Tripwire
  • EC America: Commvault, Microfocus Solutions, Netscout, Riverbed
  • Immix Technologies: BeyondTrust, Microfocus Solutions
  • RightStar: Nlyte

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