Air Force Enterprise License Agreement Microsoft

8 april 2021

Rich Nickerson ARMY G2 Phone: (703) 771-8551 richardn@microsoft.com Jeff Christensen U.S. Air Force Program Manager Phone: (630) 725-4383 jechrist@microsoft.com Pablo Colon IMCOM, MEDCOMU.S. Army North, South Phone: (210) 332-6040 pacolon@microsoft.com The Air Force has set up the Air Force Acquisition Enterprise Management Life Management Support (SEAMLS) office at 754 ELSG. The SEAMLS office serves as the main interface with all Air Force customers for software licenses and services. This office manages Microsoft Enterprise licensing and service agreements, Oracle`s FA-wide contract and the DoD Enterprise Software (ESI) initiative. With respect to the business licensing agreement, seamls responsibilities include control of purchase, compliance, field assistance and distribution. The goal is to save money, streamline the procurement process, license companies and improve information exchange. Austin Adams OSD, JCS, WHS Phone: (703) 657-1764 auadams@microsoft.com Tim Dean NETCOM, SMDC, AMC Phone: (480) 383-2780 tidean@microsoft.com Gary Pagan Stratcom, TRANSCOM, NORTHCOM Phone: (303) 641-6396 gapagan@microsoft.com Todd Trader Corps Corps of Engineers, I Corps Phone: (425) 704-9851 ttrader@microsoft.com Mike Quinn, AFG, ANG, AFRC Phone: (703) 657-1901 miquinn@microsoft.com Susan Whiston U.S. Army HQDA, U.S. Army Cyber, ARNG, PEO EIS, TRADOC Phone: (301) 771 -8 susanwh@microsoft.com Marc Langlois USAF Strategic Programs Phone: (703) 657-7572 malanglo@microsoft.com Army Deputy Chief Information Officer Michael Krieger said the military will save more than $70 million a year during the deal. Air Force Lieutenant General Michael J.

Basla said he would save $50 million a year. ”Microsoft has a long-standing relationship with the U.S. Military, U.S. Air Force and DISA, and we are honored to extend our support for the ongoing technology modernization effort to all three organizations,” said Tim Solms, Chief Executive Officer of the Microsoft Department of Defense Business. ”This agreement allows us to provide the best technology tools to an incredibly wide range of service men and service women across the DoD, and we look forward to implementing them to support their mission goals.” Monica Doley COCOM Program Manager Phone: (703) 673-7818 monido@microsoft.com Rhonda Cook APG, AAC, ACEC, HRS, PEO C3T, ATEC Phone: (301) 771-8281 rhondac@microsoft.com Jack McNulty AFMC, HQ Air Force, AFDW Phone: (703) 673-7765 jackmc@microsoft.com Steve Lipscomb U.S. Army Pacific, Army U.S. Forces Korea Phone: (301) 771-8172 stlipsco@microsoft.com Tim Solms, General Manager of Microsoft`s DOD operations, joined FedScoop Radio to discuss the deal and what it means for Microsoft and DOD. Other Microsoft volume-licensed products are available via the JELA contract on Insight Public Sector (insightfederal-JELA@insight.com), including: The Ministry of Defense and Microsoft last week signed a historic joint enterprise licensing agreement that provides 75 percent of DOD`s total staff with Microsoft solutions, including Office 2103, Sharepoint 2013 and Windows 8. According to the American Forces Press Service, the agreement, a joint effort by the Air Force, defense information systems agency, shows ”the best prices DOD has received so far for Microsoft`s desktop and server licenses.” For more information on eligible courses, see: www.microsoft.com/licensing/software-assurance/default.aspx For more information about Microsoft Government Solutions, see www.microsoft.com/government/en-us/pages/default.aspx.

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