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MetTel Secures $58M Marine Corps Recruiting Command IP Network Upgrade Contract

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MetTel Secures $58M Marine Corps Recruiting Command IP Network Upgrade Contract

The U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Command has awarded digital transformation and communications company MetTel its potential $58 million Nationwide Internet Protocol Network Service contract.

The contract requires MetTel to upgrade the command’s existing internet bandwidth and has options to provide IP voice services and Wi-Fi to almost 1,500 MCRC locations. The command will also have access to the company’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions Portal and its “single pane of glass” solution to monitor and access reports in near-real-time, MetTel said Tuesday.

The company is the incumbent contractor supporting the MCRC’s transition to the General Services Administration’s EIS contract. EIS is a solution-based contract vehicle that covers all federal agency information technology communications and infrastructure requirements. It is also designed to reduce costs and acquisition time for government IT and telecommunications solutions.

MetTel’s mission in support of the command is to provide a reliable and robust network infrastructure that would support work on computers, mobile devices, voice and video devices and emerging technologies.

The MCRC is responsible for recruiting civilians into the corps. It is under the leadership of Maj. Gen. Jason Bohm and Col. Jeff Morgan.

MetTel offers communications and digital transformation solutions to government and commercial clients. It combines communication systems over a proprietary network to give clients a single, unified view of all their network services.

The company is headquartered in New York City and has multiple offices across the U.S.

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