Integra has added another arrow to its growing government contract quiver by winning a Local Integrated Services Acquisition (LISA) contract from the General Services Administration (GSA).
Under the terms of the five-year contract, which is its first LISA agreement, Integra's voice, data and managed cloud services will be available to all federal agencies and offices in the GSA's Region 8.
This is a sizeable opportunity for Integra. Otherwise known as Rocky Mountain Region, GSA Region 8 encompasses Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming and hosts more than 1,200 potential government customer accounts.
Getting an invite to compete for this business builds upon the growing momentum the company has seen in the public sector market.
Besides winning GSA Region 8, the service provider got a seat on the CALNET 3 contract as a Qualified Vendor of voice and data services, enabling it to compete for state and local government agency business in California and build a 75-site Ethernet network for the state of Oregon.
- see the release
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