Joint Enterprise Licensing Agreement (Jela)



-December 11, 2020-

Joint Enterprise Licensing Agreement (Jela)

Mike Burroughs

The approach, which has gained momentum over the past three years, aims to help DoD make better use of its purchasing power by requiring organizations with identical requirements to enter into joint licensing agreements with one or more suppliers. A secondary benefit to JELAs is that they not only help to save limited resources, but also promote greater compliance and standardization in all DoD organizations. "Industry has recognized that many applications and iterations of the same application are wasted, and they`re looking for this as a way to fix it," Deltek Federal analyst John Slye said in a recent C4ISR-Networks white paper, "DoD`s New Acquisition Model: Joint Enterprise Licensing," published in 2014. Raytheon Missile Systems, Tucson, Arizona, receives $29,633,004 for the N000019-F-2593 fixed delivery price against a previously issued base order agreement (N00019-15-G-0003). This order includes the modernization of Block IV of Tomahawk test aircraft, including the Systems Integration Laboratory, the Air System Integration Laboratory, hot benches, automated flight test equipment and associated test equipment. The work is being carried out in Tucson, Arizona (74.90 per cent); Carlsbad, California (4.36 per cent); Denver, Colorado (2.55%); Englewood, Colorado (1.56 per cent); Mosheim, Tennessee (1.37 per cent); Scottsdale, Arizona (1.34 per cent); Irvine, California (1.03 per cent); North Sutton, New Hampshire (1.02 per cent); and various sites within the continental United States (11.87 per cent) and are expected to be completed in June 2021. Fiscal 2019 Acquisition of Weapons (Navy) An amount of $29,633,004 will be committed at the time of award, none of which expire at the end of the fiscal year. Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, is the contract business. Carahsofts` wide choice of calendars, contracts and sales contracts makes getting the solutions you need quickly and easily. In June 2019, the Defense Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO) entered into a Joint Enterprise License Agreement (JELA) with Cisco for enterprise-wide technical support and services. But the path to future JELAs will not be accessible.

A setback occurred in March 2015, when DISA sank a $1.6 billion JELA with VMware, after several competitors accused the manipulation case. The draft five-year agreement on virtualization technology between VMware and the military, navy, air force and DISA raised eyebrows almost from the start, as other vendors were effectively excluded from the tendering process. Nevertheless, the future prospects for other JELAs remain optimistic. "Because we look alike here, we want to build reproducible processes for the common environment," Keith K. Nakasone, technical director at disA Procurement Directorate, said in the white paper editorial. "Right now, "together" is two or more. One day it will be dod, but it is an evolving process. You will find information about eligible courses at: www.microsoft.com/licensing/software-assurance/default.aspx If you are not currently registered with Adobe JELA and are interested in an agreement to use the large discount, please contact us. In March 2014, CDW-G, Adobe`s largest retailer, received a three-year JELA worth $40.5 million.

The agreement was designed to allow the Army, Air and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to standardize Adobe Creative Cloud products (including Adobe Photoshop), Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Experience Manager. Adobe and CDW-G worked on the contract with IT solutions provider Carahsoft. The first JELA was awarded to Microsoft in January 2013.


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