U.S. Army Taps Dell To Deliver Desktops And Notebooks Dell Chosen as Part of the Army’s Latest Initiative to Standardize Technology Round Rock, Texas, September 20, 2006 Dell has been chosen under the Army’s Desktop Mobile Computing (ADMC-2) contract to provide desktop and notebook computers, displays, printers and peripherals for three years. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity ADMC-2 agreement -- with a purchasing ceiling of $5 billion and options to extend to a total of 10 years -- is an expansion on the previous hardware contract awarded to Dell and others in 2001 worth $300 million. "Because of our long history and direct relationship with the U.S. Army, we have a thorough understanding of its technology requirements, both domestically and abroad, and are uniquely positioned to support the Army’s global needs,” said Troy West, vice president, Dell federal business segment. “We have the people, the experience and the technology to help our military customers, no matter where they are." About Dell Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services they trust and value. Uniquely enabled by its direct business model, Dell sells more systems globally than any computer company, placing it No. 25 on the Fortune 500. Company revenue for the past four quarters was $57.4 billion. For more information, visit www.dell.com. To get Dell news direct, visit www.dell.com/RSS.
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