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Digital Modernization

MetTel, SAIC Partner to Offer Digital Transformation Services to Government

Digital modernization

MetTel, SAIC Partner to Offer Digital Transformation Services to Government

MetTel, a communications technology company, has partnered with Science Applications International Corp. to deliver digital transformation services to federal government clients.

SAIC is a global information technology integrator that works with clients in the defense, space, civilian and intelligence markets.

MetTel said that it will help agencies develop modernization roadmaps and execute near-term objectives. The services are targeted both at organizations with ambitious modernization plans and those that are still getting started, MetTel said Tuesday.

The company’s portfolio of digital transformation services was recognized for two consecutive years as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Network Services.

MetTel said it is currently helping one government agency fully overhaul its voice and data network through the implementation of a software-defined wide area network and IP voice architecture.

SD-WAN is a network model designed to address the low-latency and high-bandwidth requirements of modern communications applications.

Rob Dapkiewicz, federal senior vice president and general manager at MetTel, said the company has already proven its value with its work with the agency.

He added that MetTel has also identified other digital transformation opportunities in the government.

In April, MetTel landed a task order to implement an integrated SD-WAN-based architecture for the National Archives and Records Administration. The task order also calls for web conferencing services and other managed network services.

The Securities and Exchange Commission also awarded MetTel a contract to provide internet protocol services, the company announced in July.

MetTel said the contract was awarded through the General Services Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle.

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