The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), an independent agency of the United States government supporting the basic functioning of U.S. federal agencies, has signed a multi-year ‘Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS)’ contract with Level 3 Communications.
The contract would allow Level 3 to offer colocation services, Content Delivery Network (CDN), cloud connectivity solutions, and more, to support the GSA’s goal of providing federal agencies access to a broad range of domestic and international network services.
Level 3 provides critical networking support to civilian agencies, the Department of Defense, systems integrators, state/local government agencies and educational/research institutions. More than 300 U.S. government departments and agencies would rely on Level 3’s consultative approach to help meet complex network requirements.
Level 3 will offer a variety of telecommunication and Internet infrastructure services, including:
- Managed Services, including security
- Cloud Connectivity
- Content Delivery Network (CDN)
- Virtual Private Network (VPN)
- Ethernet Transport
- Optical Wavelength
- SDN Implementations
- Private Line
- SIP Trunking
- Contact Center
- Dark Fiber
“The Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract provides access to a wide range of telecommunications services needed for government agencies to transform their IT infrastructure – which is critical in this ever-evolving digital age,” said David Young, Regional Vice President, Level 3’s Government Markets Group. “Now agencies will continue to have access to Level 3‘s services, helping them modernize, future-proof and protect their technology to better address the critical needs of their teams and clients.”