CenturyLink receives authority to operate under GSA Alliant 2
CenturyLink, Inc. of Monroe, LA announced on July 30 that it received authority to operate (ATO) under its General Services Administration $50 billion ceiling Alliant 2 Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) that features leading-edge technologies.
The Alliant 2 GWAC is a multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) program that federal agencies can use to buy information technology services and IT services-based solutions. Alliant 2 offers agencies customizable hardware, software and IT solutions that can be purchased as a package. The Alliant 2 period of performance and ordering period has a five-year base term through June 30, 2023, plus a five-year option period through June 30, 2028.
CenturyLink’s portfolio of cloud computing, virtual networking, big data analytics, smart sensors, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity services and digital forensic solutions is now available to federal agencies via the company’s unrestricted Alliant 2 GWAC.
“We’re excited to receive ATO from GSA so we can help federal agencies use Alliant 2 to help achieve their IT modernization goals and carry out their missions more efficiently,” said David Young, CenturyLink senior vice president, strategic government. “Receiving Alliant 2 ATO means that the federal government has yet another way to access CenturyLink’s entire IT and managed services portfolio. We’re proud to be one of the few government contractors that offer agencies the choice to acquire IT services through our GSA WITS 3, IT Schedule 70, Networx Universal and Enterprise, Connections II, EIS and now Alliant 2 contracts.”