CDW small-biz team wrangles large Microsoft win

$200 million contract covers all of Energy Department

CDW Government LLC has teamed as subcontractor to TKC Integration Services to win a contract with a $200 million ceiling.

TKC, a subsidiary of Qivliq LLC, is a small disadvantaged business and is the prime contractor on the five-year Energy Department contract.

The companies will provide a broad range of Microsoft server, desktop and collaboration software.

CDW-G is providing e-commerce, service and distribution capabilities as part of the partnership, the companies said Feb. 9.

Under the agreement, CDW-G and TKCIS will provide:

  • Microsoft Exchange Server.
  • Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Microsoft Windows Server.
  • Microsoft Enterprise Desktop.
  • Microsoft E-CAL.
  • Windows OS.

The contract will be used by Energy’s laboratories, field offices and headquarters.

CDW-G ranks No. 60 on Washington Technology's 2009 Top 100 list of the largest government contractors.

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Reader Comments

Wed, Dec 22, 2010

SBA should look over this deal, like what they did for GTSI

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