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GSA Grants MicroTech Authority to Operate Under EIS Contract

Jeff Brody

MicroTech has received an authority to operate from the General Services Administration after the Tysons, Va.-based company completed security tests under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle.

GSA said Friday the three-year ATO validates completion of functional and security assessments of MicroTech’s business support system, making it the first of three EIS small-business awardees to conclude BSS testing activities.

The service-disabled, veteran-owned contractor can begin to accept task and delivery orders via the potential $50B telecommunication contract.

GSA previously cleared AT&T (NYSE: T), CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), Verizon (NYSE: VZ), BT Federal  and L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) to do business under the program.

Core Technologies, Granite Telecommunications and MetTel are the remaining EIS contract holders that await  ATO.

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