The General Services Administration awarded 21 companies a spot on the $5 billion Connections II telecommunications contract that provides the federal government a one-stop-shop for telecommunications infrastructure and services.
“Connections II rounds out GSA’s offerings in network services and integrates with established GSA telecommunications vehicles, like Networx, to ensure that customers receive end-to-end solutions” said Mary Davie, GSA assistant commissioner, Office of Integrated Technology Services. “This contract provides great value to our customer agencies, and the enhanced supply chain and sustainability requirements in the contract drive a more secure and energy efficient telecommunications infrastructure for the federal government.”
The contract gives agencies access to tools needed to support the integration of telecommunications, networking, and network-centric applications at the LAN, building, campus, and enterprise level, according to GSA.
- A&T Systems, Inc.
- American Systems Corporation
- Apptis, Inc.
- AT&T Technical Services Company, Inc.
- Avaya Government Solutions, Inc.
- BAE System Information Solutions, Inc.
- CIBER, Inc.
- Concert Technologies, Inc.
- EPS Corporation
- Futron, Inc.
- General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc.
- Government Telecommunications, Inc.
- Harris IT Services Corporation
- HP Enterprise Services, LLC
- Netcom Technologies, Inc.
- Nextira One Federal LLC d/b/a Black Box Network Services
- Qwest Government Services, Inc. d/b/a Century Link QGS
- Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
- The Centech Group, Inc.
- Vector Resources, Inc.
- Verizon Federal, Inc.