CDW-G won the re-compete for Adobe Joint Enterprise Licensing Agreement (JELA) II. Through the single-award, five-year contract valued at $145 million, CDW-G will provide Adobe software to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The JELA increases productivity and reduces costs for the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) and Defense Health Agency (DHA) by providing expanded access to Adobe software. The contract enables the agencies to standardize on Adobe Creative Cloud products, Adobe Acrobat Document Cloud and capabilities of Adobe Experience Manager, a key solution in Adobe Marketing Cloud.
Adobe solutions enable agencies to create, manage and make available thousands of forms and document collections across entire websites, mobile sites and mobile applications – integrating digital forms with business processes, reducing reliance on paper, increasing efficiency and improving response times. The products also enable DoD agencies to create marketing collateral, collaborate on video production and publish content to support everything from recruitment to mission-critical activities.
“We support the DoD’s enterprise-wide focus on standardization, cost savings and productivity. Ensuring customers have the latest versions of software available enables critical information sharing and improves network security,” said Ben Bourbon, vice president of defense sales, CDW-G. “This contract deepens CDW-G’s longstanding partnership with Adobe and commitment to these agencies’ mission-critical activities in an increasingly mobile environment.”
For more information on government solutions from CDW-G and Adobe, please visit the Adobe government solutions website or www.cdwg.com/federal. To purchase products under this contract, please contact email@example.com.Tweet