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Connection Lands $125M Federal Judiciary Award for Microsoft Products & Services

The public sector subsidiary of Connection (Nasdaq: CNXN), a provider of information technology products and services, was awarded a potential six-year, $125 million blanket purchase agreement for Microsoft offerings.

Connection Public Sector Solutions will deliver specific Microsoft products and ancillary services to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and the Federal Judiciary to help meet their IT requirements, the Merrimack, New Hampshire-based company said Wednesday.

All judiciary organizations, as well as their authorized contracting officers or ordering officials, will be able to use the BPA, which has a base period of three years and one three-year option to extend coverage until November 2029.

Business solutions; client access licenses or bridge CALS; developer tools; management tools; office applications/collaborative tools; operating systems; server software, desktop sharing, virtualization; and software assurance are the Microsoft functional categories covered by the agreement.

“Our team will deliver the exceptional service, value, and technical expertise our federal customers require to streamline IT procurement and realize greater productivity and operational efficiency,” said Larry Kirsch, president of Connection Public Sector Solutions.

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