Insights Public Sector wins $617.3M Microsoft contract

Company will deliver software licenses to the Army

Insights Public Sector has won a $617.3 million Army contract to supply Microsoft software license agreements.

The contract covers 1.5 million devices, and will be used by the Army to order Microsoft licenses through November 2015. The location of the work will be determined with each order.

The Army Contracting Command managed the competition. It received seven bids, and made one award.

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