State sets $100 million pact with GTSI

State sets $100 million pact with GTSI

The State Department has negotiated a five-year blanket purchasing agreement with GTSI Corp. for hardware and software. The deal could be worth $20 million annually.

All State offices and 18 other foreign affairs agencies can buy hardware, software and support services through the agreement with the Chantilly, Va., company.

The contract'known as the State Information Infrastructure PC/LAN/WAN/Web BPA'does not represent a new program, department spokeswoman Mary Swann said, but will support existing programs.

State is installing PCs and servers for classified and unclassified networks as it implements a global systems security plan.

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