AMERICAN SYSTEMS Wins GSA Contract; CEO William C. Hoover Comments

Photo: William C. Hoover, AMERICAN SYSTEMS

AMERICAN SYSTEMS announced Monday it has been awarded a Cabling Hardware Installation Purchasing System contract by the U.S. General Services Administration.

The $25 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract requires the firm to provide government agencies with cost-effective cabling support.

“With more than 32 years of experience designing, installing and maintaining secure, structured cabling systems, we are looking forward to bringing our proven success to federal agencies,“ said William C. Hoover, AMERICAN SYSTEMS' CEO.

Under the contract, AMERICAN SYSTEMS will provide cabling infrastructure to complete new offices, relocations or cabling infrastructure changes within the existing network.

The services will be provided to the Defense Department and other federal agencies located in the Northwest/Arctic region of the country.

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