CenturyLink To Provide VoIP to Federal Gov't in the Rockies

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CenturyLink Inc. has announced a contract with the federal government worth $20 million over the next five years.

The telecom company will provide hosted and premised-based Voice over Internet Protocol services to the Rocky Mountain region of the U.S. General Services Administration.

CenturyLink, which acquired Denver-based Qwest Communications last year, will deliver services to GSA Region 8 offices located throughout Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah.

“We’ve successfully worked with GSA Region 8 for decades as a provider of Centrex and business voice services, and we’re delighted that GSA has chosen CenturyLink to provide turn-key VoIP services to GSA’s customer agencies in the Rocky Mountain region," said Diana Gowen, CenturyLink senior vice president and general manager, in a statement. 

Among its duties, the 63-year-old GSA provides federal agencies with telecommunications and information technology services.

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