Norfolk-based Sterling Computers, a provider of information technology sales and services, announced it was chosen as one of three recipients of a contract with the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency.
The contract has a term of four years with a maximum value of $96 million.
Under the agreement, Sterling will deliver Oracle hardware and software support to the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency, but the contract is open to any Department of Defense agency, spokeswoman Amanda Wiese said.
Oracle sells a variety of technology products and services, including Java and Linux platforms. Sterling has worked closely with the company for more than 15 years.
Sterling has offices in Bellevue, Norfolk, Ainsworth and Dakota Dunes, S.D. The company has 24 employees working out of its Bellevue office, 40 in Norfolk, three in Ainsworth and 20 in Dakota Dunes.