CDW-G has won a $40.5 million joint enterprise licensing agreement with the Defense Department to expand its access to Adobe software.
April was full of contract awards, having 15 more than in March. The month was also great for small businesses, with small business awards holding three of the top 10 slots. We count down April's big winners.
FALSE CLAIMS ACT
CDW-G will pay $5.7 million to settle allegations that it improperly charged for shipping, sold goods from China and under-reported sales to GSA.
NASA is set to release a draft RFP for SEWP V, the fifth generation of the lucractive IT product and services contract.
CDW has named its CEO, Thomas E. Richards to the additional position of chairman of the CDW board, replacing John A. Edwardson.
The multiple award contract provides a mechanism for a wide array of computer equipment for the Corps.
The market will be measured in the billions, but contractors will have to look in untraditional places.
ITES-2H becomes Army only vehicle so its life can be extended until a new award is made.
Thomas Richards will succeed John Edwardson as CEO of CDW on Oct. 1, with Edwardson remaining chairman of the board for at least another year.
Consolidation of data centers is growing, according to the 2010 Energy Efficient IT Report by CDW.
CDW Government teams with TCK Integration Services to win a $200 million contract to supply Microsoft products across the Energy Department.