CenturyLink snags $11.4M U.S. Senate contract

(Getty Images)


Written by

CenturyLink won a three-year $11.4 million contract to provide a unified communications-as-a-service platform for the more than 450 Senate offices in all 50 states.

The contract for voice-over-internet-protocol service includes installation and management of CenturyLink-supplied hardware, as well as software, training and help desk support.

“CenturyLink looks forward to providing U.S. Senate state offices with a modern, secure unified communications system that offers senators and their staff members more features and functionality,” CenturyLink Senior Vice President and General Manager of Federal Solutions Erich Sanchack said in a statement. “We’re committed to providing innovative, cost-effective solutions that help agencies transform and modernize their legacy systems.”

The contract could be worth more than $26 million if it’s extended through its four one-year options, worth $3.8 million individually.

-In this Story-

Congress, Government IT News, Senate