DLT to Offer Software for Texas State, Local, Education Needs

DLT Solutions has received a potential six-year contract to help Texas’ information resources department address software needs across state, local and education organizations.

The company said Monday it will offer software, associated support and installation services under the Multi-Vendor Software II contract that DLT partners may also access to provide products.

The contract holds a base period that runs through Oct. 18, 2021 and a pair of two-year options that will extend work up to Oct. 18, 2025 if fully exercised.

“With the addition of this TX-DIR contract to DLT's SLED contract portfolio, we are able to deliver increased value to state, local and education agencies and institutions in Texas,” said Chris Wilkinson, senior vice president of sales at DLT Solutions.

DLT will offer partner-provided products and services under the contract. These partners include:

  • AppDynamics

  • Archibus

  • Autodesk

  • Blackboard

  • CloudBees

  • CrowdStrike

  • Demisto

  • ELearningForce

  • Flexera

  • Informatica

  • McAfee

  • Nuix

  • One Identity

  • Palo Alto Networks

  • Pluralsight

  • Polyverse

  • Quest

  • Red Hat

  • Software AG

  • SolarWinds

  • Sumo Logic

  • Titus

  • Tripwire

  • Veritas

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