Missouri IT procurement to be consolidated by WWT

The Show-Me State has tapped World Wide Technology Inc. as its primary vendor for a range of IT products and services under a $110 million contract. The two-year deal has three one-year options.

The goal of the contract is to minimize Missouri's administrative costs, maximize its buying power and furnish end users with various IT products and services, the company said in a statement.

The consolidated purchasing opportunities provided through the contract are open to state agencies, educational institutions and local governments. Missouri spends roughly $55 million every year on IT products and services, the company said.

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