CenturyLink has won a contract renewal with the U.S. Army for telecommunications services at Fort Stewart, Ga., the company announced Thursdasy.
The $2.1 million award has one base year and four option years.
CenturyLink will provide telecommunications, data and Internet services at the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River, said Senior Vice President Diana Gowen, who oversees the company’s federal business.
Fort Stewart covers 280,000 acres, including Hunter Army Airfield, and houses the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division.
The company also holds a $233 million task order to provide network infrastructure for data, video and voice services for the Social Security Administration.