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June 8, 2017

GSA’s Massive Telecom Contract Could Come Soon

Source: Nextgov, Frank Konkel, June 2, 2017GSA

The company with the last bid protest on General Services Administration’s long-delayed $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solution contract folded its cards.

Arkansas-based Windstream on May 24 withdrew the protest it initially filed in April.

When GSA first bid out the telecommunications infrastructure contract in October 2015, officials expected awards to come by late 2016, but a series of pre- and post-award protests slowed the evaluation process.

Amid protests and an active solicitation process, GSA officials pushed back EIS’ expected award to late spring until Windstream protested after it was eliminated from the contract’s competitive range. With all protests withdrawn or dismissed by the Government Accountability Office, GSA can again evaluate bids.   READ MORE….

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