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Joint Enterprise License Agreement

Whether you manage forms, digital signatures and document workflows, or if you are an expert in public affairs or design, who needs the best creative tools, this session can give you an overview of the features available through JELA and how you can apply for your licenses. Michael Krieger, the army`s deputy information director, said the military would save more than $70 million each year during the deal. Air Force Lieutenant General Michael J. Basla said he would save $50 million a year. Why Adobe products? – Does it offer DoD-certified deployments – interoperable data collection – significantly expands content delivery functions (Web, Print, Digital, Design, Distribution) – Huge Cost Savings and Resource Consolidation – Connections and Improvements to Existing Enterprise Content Management Systems – Improved Work Procedures for Security, Encryption, Authentication and Digital Signatures – Exponential increases the business efficiency of Tim Solms, General Manager of Microsoft DOD`s operations, has joined FedScoop Radio to discuss the deal and the impact on Microsoft. Additional Volume Licensed Microsoft products are available via the JELA contract on Insight Public Sector (insightfederal-JELA@insight.com), including: According to the American Forces Press Service, the agreement, a joint effort of the Air Force, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency, "shows the best prices that DOD has received so far for desktop and server microsoft licenses." The U.S. Department of Defense and Microsoft last week signed a historic joint enterprise licensing agreement that provides 75 percent of DOD`s total staff with Microsoft solutions, including Office 2103, Sharepoint 2013 and Windows 8. JELA is the first agreement involving three major DOD (Army, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency) agencies with a single vehicle to access the latest Microsoft technologies to support key IT priorities in the areas of data center consolidation, cooperation, cybersecurity, cloud computing and big data. If you are not currently registered with Adobe JELA and are interested in an agreement to use the large discount, please contact us. In June 2019, the Defense Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO) entered into a Joint Enterprise License Agreement (JELA) with Cisco for enterprise-wide technical support and services. The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) – the Pentagon`s information technology purchasing subsidiary – is pursuing joint enterprise licensing agreements (JELAs) that cover several DoD agencies. Over the past two years, DISA has produced JELAs with Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Adobe, all of which seem to work smoothly.

Jim Kelly Sr. Director, U.S. Army Phone: (301) 771-8373 jimkelly@microsoft.com VMware`s 2013 Enterprise Licensing Agreement with the U.S. Army led to larger than expected bills for some junior orders, but there were a few DOD-ELA that worked pretty well. The JELA, as Pentagon officials call it, reflects the growing focus on IT companies and persistent budget concerns, officials say.