Carahsoft Strikes Deal to Sell Software to Govt. Entities

Carahsoft Technology Corp. has won a National Cooperative Purchasing Association contract to provide software to public sectors entities nationwide, Carahsoft announced Thursday.

Matthew Mackel, director of business development for NCPA, said Carahsoft will provide software from Symantec, Red Hat, Adobe, HP, SAP and VMware. in the contract announcement.

Carahsoft President Craig Abod said the company’s offerings will be available to more than 90,000 agencies nationwide.

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