Nearly two dozen companies were awarded spots on the General Services Administration’s Connections II telecommunications contract, GSA announced last week. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has a ceiling of $5 billion and will provide agencies with the products and services to integrate telecommunications and networking. Apptis, Inc., BAE System Information Solutions, Inc., General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. were among the 21 companies selected to compete for business on the contract.
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