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Department of Defense Designates
Splunk as a Core Enterprise Technology
Thursday, April 22, 2021
2:00pm ET; 11:00am PT
30 minutes

In January, as part of its continuing efforts to acquire and secure advanced technology for cyberdefense, data analytics, and other mission critical operations, the Department of Defense (DoD) designated the Splunk Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) as a Core Enterprise Technology Agreement (CETA). This agreement allows DoD agencies to more easily access Splunk’s most advanced technologies with pre-negotiated terms, conditions, and catalog pricing that are best-in-class. 

Join us on April 22nd from 2-2:30pm ET to learn more about this designation including: 

  • How the contract has been structured
  • What being a Core Enterprise Technology Agreement (CETA) means 
  • The value it brings to our Department of Defense (DoD) customers
  • How to leverage the contract

We hope you can join us to learn more about how the Splunk CETA is driving value and supporting the DoD’s missions.  

Register now to reserve your spot!

Alex Hall
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