Sprint to Update DISA Optical Transport Network Under Potential $216M Contract

networkSprint‘s (NYSE: S) federal government business has been awarded a potential $215.7 million contract by the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide optical transport network upgrade services for the Defense Information Systems Network.

The Defense Department said Tuesday that Sprint Federal Operations LLC will perform work in various locations across Europe through August 29, 2017.

DISA obligated $34, 190, 235 at the time of award from its procurement funds in fiscal 2016.

DISN is built to serve as a telecommunications network  that facilitates global information exchange between targeted end-user defense communities.

You may also be interested in...

a.i. solutions

a.i. solutions Wins Potential $203M MDA Advisory, Assistance Contract

Lanham, Maryland-based a.i. solutions has won a potential five-year, $203.2M contract to advise and assist the Missile Defense Agency on quality and mission assurance matters.

Hawk Carlisle President and CEO NDIA

NDIA Adds 16 Industry Execs to Board; Hawk Carlisle Quoted

Sixteen executives from the private sector have been appointed to serve on the National Defense Industrial Association’s board of directors for a term of up to six years. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, president and CEO of NDIA, said in a statement released Monday the new board members bring a “deep knowledge bank” he believes will help the organization sustain its mission while supporting the defense industrial base.