Watchitoo wins contract to support State communications

Watchitoo has won a contract to support the State Department’s global interactive communication programs.

The value of the three-year contract was not disclosed. It was awarded under the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 contract.

Under the contract, Watchitoo will provide a secure video service that will enable the State Department to communicate with internal and external parties across the globe, the company said in a release.

Its video service includes video conferencing, collaboration tools and broadcast quality streaming.

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