GSA awards Connections contracts

Seventeen companies have won contracts under the General Services Administration's Connections program, administered by the Federal Technology Service, to provide telecommunications equipment, support services and solutions to federal agencies.

The awards, announced Friday, replace several expiring, regional equipment and services contracts. The awards were made in three service categories: equipment and services, support services and solutions.

Equipment and services include voice, data and video equipment, microwave systems, wire and cable, and installation and maintenance. Support services include a range of technical and professional labor skills, and the solutions category includes infrastructure-related requirements using turnkey solutions, integration services and managed services.

The contracts are indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity vehicles for three years with five one-year options.

Companies who received awards are:

*A&T Systems Inc.

*Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

*Centech Group Inc.

*Electronic Data Systems Corp.


*Government Telecommunications Inc.


*M.C. Dean Inc.


*ManTech International Corp.

*NextiraOne Federal LLC

*Omega Systems Inc.

*Science Applications International Corp.

*SBC DataComm Inc.

*SETA Corp.

*Veridian Corp.

*Verizon Communications Inc.

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