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ID Technologies to Provide Computing, IT Products via Air Force’s Systems Catalog

ID Technologies will offer computing systems and other information technology products to the U.S. Air Force through the company’s participation in the Quantum Enterprise Buy Program for the 2021 cycle.

The company said Wednesday it will provide products under six major Client Computing Solutions QEB Program categories with help from its original equipment manufacturer partners: Getac, Samsung and ClearCube Technology.

ID Technologies was selected for rugged notebooks, rugged convertible tablet, rugged and semi-rugged slate pads, office display and virtual desktop infrastructure zero client product categories. The rugged computing systems will be offered with Getac while Samsung and ClearCube will provide assistance in offering the OD and VDI products, respectively.

The CCS-2 QEB coverage for the current cycle is from February to December, with web-based AFWay enabling access to the IT systems catalog.

ID Technologies is an Ashburn, Virginia-based IT company that caters to intelligence, civilian and federal government customers.

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