CenturyLink Inc. has won two task orders from the Federal Communications Commission that could be worth $9.6 million over the next five years.
The task orders were awarded under General Services Administration‘s Networx Enterprise contract, which is the largest telecommunications contract vehicle awarded by the federal government.
“One of the FCC’s many missions is to protect and promote America’s communications infrastructure which means its communications provider must provide robust, secure networks that allow the FCC to capitalize on today’s technology,” said Diana Gowen, CenturyLink senior vice president and general manager.
“CenturyLink is excited to deliver WAN and MTIPS solutions to the FCC,” she added.
The two task orders include one to provide Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Services to the FCC and another to provide Wide Area Network services.
They are intended to support the National Broadband Plan.