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GSA Modifies DLT’s Oracle Cloud Contract for Better Availability

GSA Modifies DLT’s Oracle Cloud Contract for Better Availability

The General Services Administration has awarded DLT Solutions a contract modification to increase the availability of its Oracle cloud services.

GSA had previously awarded the contract through its Information Technology Solutions 70 contract vehicle. The modification calls for a better Oracle procurement process for federal, state and local agencies and education organizations.

Under the contract, DLT offers cloud infrastructure, applications, engineering services and hardware and software support, AiThority reported.

Chris Wilkinson, DLT's senior vice president of sales, explained that the modification "streamlines the procurement process by increasing cost efficiencies and reducing time to acquire."

DLT is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Data, a Clearwater-based distribution company that specializes in information technology products and services.

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