Futron Inc has been awarded the General Services Administration CONNECTIONS II (CNX II) contract vehicle is a $5 billion, 10-year multiple award contract that will be the government’s one-stop shop for buying telecommunications, network, and communications solutions.
CNX II will meet government agencies’ equipment, building, and campus infrastructure needs, and it will provide professional services to support existing networks and design customized client-specific solutions. Whether an agency requires transition planning and integration services or infrastructure installation and implementation, CNX II will provide a comprehensive solution for all federal agency telecommunications needs.
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- Contract No.: GS00Q12NSD0010 (PS0005)
- Standard Form 26
- Standard Form 30:
Base Period 3 (02/01/2013 – 01/31/2014):
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