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MetTel to provide Mobility Services to U.S. Department of Defense under $994 Million Contract

Contract adds to MetTel’s fast growing mobility business with thousands of endpoint devices and hundreds of enterprise customers

October 3, 2019, New York – The Pentagon announced that it has tapped New York-based MetTel to upgrade wireless services and devices for the United States Department of Defense (DoD), including the Navy, Marine Corps, Army and Air Force service members as well as other federal, non-military agencies throughout the United States.

Diana Gowen MetTel Federal

Diana Gowen, General Manager and Senior Vice President of MetTel, announces MetTel as an awardee of the Defense Department’s $994 million Spiral 3 Wireless Services Contract.

As part of the Pentagon contract, MetTel can now provide wireless mobile cellular services and devices, including non-desktop, non-laptop and small form factor wireless end-user devices including hardware (i.e. handsets, tablets, wireless modems such as air cards and associated wireless mobile cellular service) to the DoD as well as federal civilian agencies throughout the United States. Mobility is MetTel’s fastest growing business with thousands of endpoint devices under management across the commercial and public sectors, including at the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA).

MetTel provides flexible access to the largest carrier networks under a single enterprise plan. In addition to unified access, MetTel provides a full suite of support services covering everything from staging, kitting and procurement to security and mobile device management (MDM) using advanced robotic process automation (RPA), reducing the burden on IT departments and lowering IT costs.

“Government is always looking for a smarter way to acquire goods and services,” said Diana Gowen, General Manager and SVP, MetTel Federal Programs. “MetTel’s ability to efficiently provide the newest communication technology in packaged solutions delivered through fully managed services has caught the attention of the Federal agencies,” she added.

This latest contract is part of a burgeoning working relationship between MetTel and Federal Agencies. Earlier this year, MetTel announced that the U.S. Marine Corps’ chose MetTel to provide high bandwidth internet services to the Corps’ recruiting command centers around the world. MetTel is also providing the U.S.M.C. with managed help-desk services supported by the award-winning MetTel Federal Portal and Customer Care team.

MetTel has also been awarded a role in the $50 billion, 15-year Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract managed by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).


About MetTel
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Combining customized and managed communication solutions with a powerful platform of cloud-based software, the company’s MetTel Portal enables customers to manage their inventory, usage, spend and repairs from one simple, user-friendly interface. For more information visit, follow us on Twitter (@OneMetTel) and on LinkedIn, or call us directly at 877.963.8663. MetTel. Connect smarter.™

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