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DLT Solutions Scores Deal To Sell Oracle Goods To U.S. Navy, Marine Corps

O'Ryan Johnson

The Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork said the contract could be worth $379 million

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DLT Solutions won a five-year contract worth up to $379 million to provide Oracle software and services to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.

’DLT is honored to have been selected by the U.S. Department of the Navy (DON) to continue supporting the DON’s Oracle requirements,’ DLT Senior Vice President Keith Barnes said in a statement.

Barnes said using its unique Enterprise Agreement Platform capability DLT – a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork -- worked closely with the Department of Navy Enterprise Software Licensing Program Office over the past five years to make sure Navy requirements are maintained with ’accurate information and with stringent accountability, ensuring no contract acquisition leakage.’

The contract is the Navy’s mandated source of supply when it needs to purchase Oracle software licenses, maintenance and technical support services, including those products procured by government purchase cards. As such, DLT will continue to supply Oracle software licenses, maintenance and technical support services critical to support the Warfighter’s mission.

Through the deal, the Navy can buy Oracle software in a pre-negotiated environment with pre-established low prices, DLT said. DLT also offers centralized ordering, which the company said enables ’greater visibility, oversight, and control over software procurements.’

DLT Solutions, a Herndon, Va.-based company, No. 38 on the 2018 CRN Solution Provider 500, last year named longtime immixGroup leader Art Richer to be its CEO.

At the time, the company had $1 billion in annual revenue and more than 250 employees, making it similarly sized to the organization Richer built at immixGroup. DLT Solutions derives roughly 95 percent of its revenue from software, with just 5 percent coming from hardware sales.

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