GSA seeks Internet provider

The General Services Administration is looking for a contractor to provide and maintain always-on, high-speed, digital Internet access service and hardware for remote Federal Occupational Health offices.

The service will be rolled out first to about 10 pilot sites, then implemented at about 300 other sites. The contractor must provide overall project management support and serve as the single point of contact for the government during site implementation. Service should begin by July 31. Responses are due by Nov. 8. Contact Dwayne Cannon at

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