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The Army has extended its Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Hardware for another year, a modification worth $774 million.

ITES-2H provides mainly small computing needs, including commercial-off-the-shelf servers, workstations, desktops, notebooks and networking equipment, as well as software and incidental services. The award goes to existing contract holders – Dell Federal Systems, IBM Corp., Unicom Government, CDW Government, Iron Bow Technologies and World Wide Technology, Inc. – and expires June 23, 2015.

The modification allows the Army to continue ordering equipment until the follow-on ITES-3H is awarded. The request for proposals was posted Sept. 25 2012, but the contract has yet to be awarded.

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