Dell scores $248M VA desktop win

Dell Inc. has won a large contract to serve as the exclusive provider of desktop computer systems to the Veterans Affairs Department.

The three-year, $248 million contract calls for Dell to provide desktop computers to support more than 200,000 agency employees.

Under the contract, Dell of Round Rock, Texas, will provide a minimum of 249,000 Dell OptiPlex desktop computers with monitors. Additionally, the company will provide the agency with such related professional services as deployment, asset management and the option of asset removal at lease-end.

Dell will partner with a number of service disabled veteran-owned small businesses to provide deployment services, the company said.

Dell ranks No. 17 on Washington Technology's 2007 Top 100 list of the largest federal government prime contractors.

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