The award is part of the USAF DLS (desktop, laptop and servers) Quarterly Enterprise Buy (QEB).
What does QEB stand for?
QEB stands for Quarterly Enterprise Buy (US Air Force)
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We have 3 other meanings of QEB in our Acronym Attic
- Qualified Exchange Accommodation Arrangement (Internal Revenue Service, US)
- Quarantine and Exports Advisory Council (Australia)
- Qatar Emiri Air Force
- Quick Erect Antenna Mast
- Quick Erect Antenna Mast System
- QoS (Quality of Service) Enhanced Alternate Paths
- Quantum Electronics and Applications Society (IEEE)
- Quarterly Economic Activity Survey (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
- Qualified Education Buyer (discount software)
- Quantum Enterprise Buy
- Queen Elizabeth Barracks Campaign (UK)
- Queen Elizabeth Building (London, UK)
- Quick Engine Bulletin
- Queensland Eight Ball Federation (Australia)
- Quadrantal Error Correction
- Quality Enhancement Cell (Pakistan)
- Quality Environmental Containers, Inc. (Beaver, WV)
- Quantum Erasure Channel
- Quantum Error Correction
- Quaternary Environmental Change (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Emtec Federal (OTCBB:ETEC), an information technology systems and solutions provider, today announced that it has received awards from the Air Force Quarterly Enterprise Buy (QEB) program to provide approximately 70,000 Samsung 19-inch display monitors and 1,000 Lenovo Convertible PC Tablets.
The purchase, part of the Air Force Quarterly Enterprise Buy (QEB), includes more than 110,000 desktops and 31,000 notebooks that will be distributed to Air Force bases around the world.
CDW-G), a trusted technology advisor and leading provider of brand-name Information Technology (IT) products and services to governments and educators, today announced that it has been selected as the Air Force Quarterly Enterprise Buy (QEB0304) supplier of all mainstream desktops, expandable mini-towers and mainstream notebooks for the Air Force.