LGS Innovations has won a $2.9 million contract to design and install the U.S. Geological Survey's wireless local area network, intending to help the agency secure Internet and Intranet access for visitors and staff.
The company will also maintain the system at 200 agency sites under the three-year blanket purchase agreement, LGS said Tuesday.
Aruba Networks will provide its wireless networking tools and access management software to LGS for the project.,
Jay Hatch, Aruba Networks vice president, said the company provides Federal Information Processing Standard-certified mobility access and management services to federal agencies.
USGS awarded the contract under the General Services Administration‘s Schedule 70 vehicle.