All products use cryptographic modules validated in accordance with FIPS 140-2 security requirements and meet strict technical and interoperability requirements. Licenses are transferable within a federal authority and include secondary usage rights. All BPA awards are as low or lower than the prices available to each supplier in GSA schedules, with substantial savings for the federal government. Component CIOs are currently developing component/service-specific business strategies. As a result, customers should inquire with their Chief Information Officer about component-specific policies and strategies for acquiring data at rest solutions. For more information, see: planningservices.partners.extranet.microsoft.com/en/Pages/theplanningservices.aspx Steve Lipscomb U.S. Army Pacific, Army U.S. Korea Forces Phone: (301) 771-8172 firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about Microsoft Government Solutions, please see www.microsoft.com/government/en-us/pages/default.aspx. Gary Pagan STRATCOM, TRANSCOM, NORTHCOM Phone: (303) 641-6396 email@example.com The Air Force has implemented Air Force Enterprise Acquisition Management Lifecycle Support (SEAMLS) at 754 ELSG. The SEAMLS office will be the main interface with all Air Force customers for software licenses and services. This office manages Microsoft Enterprise Licensing and Service agreements, the AF-wide oracle contract, and the DoD Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI). With regard to the Enterprise License Agreement, seamls` responsibility involves control of purchase, compliance with use, on-site support and distribution. The goal is to save money, streamline the acquisition process, facilitate business licensing, and improve information exchange.
Jennifer Madrid AFSPC, AFNIC, 24 AF, SMC Phone: (719) 321-9357 firstname.lastname@example.org Rich Schafer U.S. Army Europe Phone: (425) 538-1333 email@example.com Mr. Leigh Madden Sr. Director, USA Air Force Phone: (703) 943-5764 firstname.lastname@example.org Randy Gann FORSCOM, 7th Signal, Reserve Phone: (678) 629-5907 email@example.com The Department of Defense and Microsoft last week signed a landmark license agreement for joint ventures that provides Microsoft solutions to 75 percent of all DOD employees, including Office 2103, Sharepoint 2013 and Windows 8. According to the American Forces Press Service, the agreement, a joint effort of the Army, Air Force, and Defense Information Systems Agency, “shows the best prices DOD has received so far for Microsoft desktop and server software licenses.” Learn more about Windows 8 Contact Us: AskFed@microsoft.com Microsoft Technology for the Department of Defense Pablo Colon IMCOM, MEDCOMU.S. Army North, South Phone: (210) 332-6040 firstname.lastname@example.org Rhonda Cook APG, AAC, ACEC, HRS, PEO C3T, ATEC Phone: (301) 771-8281 email@example.com The Office of Management and Budget, DoD and General Services Administration has awarded several contract purchase agreements (BPA) to protect unclassified sensitive data on government laptops, other mobile computing devices, and removable media. Data information encryption (RAD) is now possible through these BPAs, which have been successfully concluded with the DoD`s ESI programs and the DoD`s government-wide SmartBUY (Software Managed and Acquired on the Right Terms) programs. . . .