How the Department of Defense Will Benefit from New Adobe Software Solutions

by Lisa Lindgren

posted on 12-14-2016

Adobe recently entered into a five-year Joint Enterprise Licensing Agreement with the Department of Defense that will expand the DoD’s access to Adobe software solutions. This is exciting news for members of the U.S. Army, U.S Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) and Defense Health Agency (DHA) who will now have greater access to Adobe Document Cloud®, Adobe Creative Cloud products, and Adobe Experience Manager Forms, part of Adobe Marketing Cloud.

If you belong to one of these organizations, you may have a few questions right now about what this means for you. Under the agreement, DoD personnel will have unlimited access to Acrobat Pro and AEM Forms. On top of those services, you can purchase additional Creative Cloud and Marking Cloud products through CDW-G. With a single pathway to the latest Adobe software, you will be able to easily access software to create eye-catching marketing materials, protect sensitive information, and better manage paperwork while increasing productivity and reducing costs.

The subscription-based contract makes it easier for you to access the most recent version of the programs you need whenever you want it. Here are just a few applications that civilian and military personnel will be able to take advantage of as part of this agreement:

Along with our partners CDW-G and Carahsoft, Adobe is proud to support DoD personnel and continue our long partnership with the department. For more information on Adobe Digital Government solutions, click here. If you have any questions about the offerings, or how to purchase them, please contact

Topics: Government