Bias Adds Oracle Products to IT Schedule Contract

Bias Corp. has partnered with Oracle to offer the latter's engineered systems, cloud computing and hardware products through the General Services Administration's IT Schedule contract vehicle.

Bias said Tuesday it will enable government agencies and qualified organizations to address mission-critical requirements through Oracle's services and offerings.

“We're excited to further extend our 10-year GSA contract to include Oracle Engineered Systems, Hardware and Cloud,“ said Jeff Harvey, president and co-founder of Bias.

Bias has been a part of Oracle's partner network for nearly 10 years and was recently given the Global Cloud Infrastructure Partner of the Year award in recognition of Bias' capacity to migrate large workloads to the cloud.

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