Iron Bow Wins $120M Contract to Upgrade and Improve SSA’s Cisco Network Infrastructure

The Social Security Administration has awarded Iron Bow Technologies a $120 million blanket purchase agreement contract for Cisco network infrastructure and related support services.

The contract has a 33-month performance period.

Iron Bow will refresh current hardware and allow the SSA to reconfigure and optimize its network infrastructure. The work will allow SSA to adopt advanced collaboration technologies.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to work with the Social Security Administration to provide a more robust network infrastructure, essential to the timely delivery of critical services, ” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow Technologies. “Our contract with the SSA will bring best-in-class network solutions to the agency designed to decrease recurring costs, increase energy efficiency and enable advanced capabilities.”

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