Federal Computer Week:
The General Services Administration awarded two task orders potentially worth over $230 million under its next-generation, $50 billion telecommunications contract for its operations.
The orders, which went to MetTel under GSA’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, cover network and voice for the agency. The orders were awarded June 23 by GSA’s Federal Acquisition Services Office of Integrated Technology Services, according to contract data gathered from the agency’s Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS).
GSA manages the governmentwide EIS contract so its adoption of the new vehicle for its own use is a signal that it doesn’t intend to lag behind the rest of government.