DLT Named Red Hat Public Sector Partner for 2018; Brian Strosser Quoted

Brian Strosser

Red Hat has selected DLT Solutions as its Public Sector Partner of the Year in recognition of the Herndon, Va.-based tech firm’s contributions to the former’s business efforts.

DLT said Tuesday it provides government agencies with resale access to open-source technologies such as Red Hat’s cloud, middleware and Linux software offerings.

The company has provided services in support of Red Hat’s products through contracts under the General Services Administration‘s GSA Schedule, NASA‘s SEWP V, the Defense Department‘s Enterprise Software Initiative and the National Institutes of Health‘s Chief Information Officer – Commodities and Solutions vehicles.

DLT President Brian Strosser said the company’s recent recognition as a Red Hat Certified Cloud Service Provider continues its commitment to supporting the open source community and public sector in efforts to modernize the government’s information technology systems.

Danny Climo, senior director of enterprise platforms at DLT, said the company also won Red Hat’s Public Sector Training Partner of the Year award earlier this month.

DLT was recognized for the recent award during Red Hat’s North America Partner Conference held from Oct. 9 to 11 at the National Harbor in Maryland.

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