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Lumen Technologies Secures $74M GAO Communications Modernization Contract

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Lumen Technologies Secures $74M GAO Communications Modernization Contract

The Government Accountability Office has awarded Lumen Technologies a $73.6 million contract to modernize the agency’s network, data, voice and video connectivity systems.

Jason Schulman, national vice president of federal government sales at Lumen and a 4×24 member, said the award will revolutionize the GAO’s communications capabilities, allowing the office to better serve the federal government and American citizens.

Under the deal, the contractor will upgrade a contractor-owned and contractor-operated network model to increase the agency’s efficiency and improve the delivery of its services, Lumen said.

Lumen has been helping government customers adopt a secure and reliable network capable of handling classified and unclassified missions. The company secured a $109.8 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency in September 2023 to provide operations and maintenance services for dark fiber and commercial facilities under the Department of Defense.

In 2022, Lumen collaborated with DISA to provide and operate a communications network needed by the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, providing the command access to adaptive networking, connected security and collaboration services.

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