DOD sends GTSI back to school

To meet the needs of 98 Defense Department dependents' schools in Europe and the Middle East, GTSI Corp. will deliver and install more than 8,000 notebook, tablet and desktop computers over the next five years.

GTSI won three blanket purchase agreements, worth potentially $12.7 million, from the Defense Department Dependents Schools-Europe, which runs schools for children of military and defense employees stationed overseas.

In addition to the hardware and software, GTSI also will offer a range of services stateside to the Defense Educational Activity, including asset tagging and imaging.

GTSI partnered with Gateway Inc. and Prism Point Technologies to develop a service solution to meet the needs of students, faculty and executives. Gateway is supplying the laptops, tablets and desktops. GTSI also recently teamed with Gateway to provide its computing solutions to Air Force Academy cadets.

Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Federal Computer Week.

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