Irvine, California (PRWEB) June 12, 2008
The County of Los Angeles has awarded Govplace (http://www.govplace.com), a Southern California IT solutions provider with a focus on the Public Sector, the opportunity to provide IT‐related products and services to the County's 36 departments with over 100,000 County employees.
Govplace was awarded the five-year contract based on the company's ability to provide the County of Los Angeles with computer hardware, software, and peripherals.
"Govplace is pleased to bring our enterprise data center experience into the County of Los Angeles", said Adam Robinson, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Govplace. "As the only public sector exclusive vendor on the county contract, we are looking forward to working closely with the agencies to understand their business needs and deliver the same high level of expertise and customer service that has made us successful throughout California." added Robinson.
Randy Richey, Vice President of Professional Services for Govplace, expressed that, "Govplace is excited to bring our knowledge of Enterprise IT Solutions to the table to assist Los Angeles County. Govplace has a history of reducing overall IT spend while allowing our customers to meet increased demands as well as simplify and consolidate their data centers. Working in partnership with Los Angeles County to achieve these goals is a fantastic opportunity"
Govplace, located in Irvine, California, has worked with public sector agencies for the past 13 years, combining real-world technical knowledge and in-depth experience in all facets of public sector contracting. Govplace holds contracts with numerous state, local, education, and federal clients, including six California Multiple Awards Schedules (CMAS) contracts as well as Federal contracts with the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense.
Our extensive experience providing IT hardware, software, and associated services to government entities and agencies gives our team unparalleled expertise in the technical, contractual, budgetary, and regulatory aspects of the public sector.
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