Verizon Lands $806M in Task Orders From Labor Dept Under EIS Telecom Contract

Verizon Lands $806M in Task Orders From Labor Dept Under EIS Telecom Contract
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Verizon (NYSE: VZ) has won three task orders worth approximately $805.9M combined to provide telecommunications and information technology support services for the Department of Labor, FedScoop reported Monday.

The department awarded the three task orders under the General Services Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Services contract for telecommunications support services.

Verizon will provide managed network, voice, data and toll-free services under a potential 12-year, $631.5M task order. The second task order is worth $10.2M for 12 years for audio and web conferencing services, while the third order calls for the delivery of Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service and has a 12-year term valued at about $164.2M.

DOL issued a solicitation for those EIS task orders in March.

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