Minburn Lands Potential $440M DOJ Software Licensing Agreement

Minburn Technology Group will help the Department of Justice obtain Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) software licenses through a potential five-year, $440M basic ordering agreement.

The policy and planning office under DOJ's justice management division will fund the delivery order for software products along with subscription and assurance services, according to contract data posted on the government's SAM website.

DOJ issued the award via NASA's Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract vehicle.

Great Falls, Va.-based Minburn is also part of an industry team led by General Dynamics' (NYSE: GD) information technology unit that won a potential 10-year, $7.6B blanket purchase agreement last year to modernize Department of Defense information technology applications.

The team, which also includes Dell Marketing, will help DoD standardize military access to IT office apps in a Microsoft cloud platform through the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions BPA.

You may also be interested in...

William Conley CTO Mercury Systems

Mercury Systems’ William Conley Joins NDIA Central Georgia Chapter Board

William Conley, chief technology officer of Mercury Systems (Nasdaq: MRCY), has been named to the board of directors for the National Defense Industrial Association's Central Georgia chapter. He will serve as a board member for a term of up to six years, Mercury Systems said Thursday.

Cloud IT

DHS Posts $3B Data Center, Cloud Solicitation

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a request for proposals for its indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Data Center and Cloud Optimization contract worth potentially $3.35B over 10 years.