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US Military’s Pacific Network Goes with Verizon

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You’re coming where? Verizon Business Network Services Inc. in Ashburn, VA won a $2.5 billion under the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) transmission services – Pacific II (DTS-P II) contract. In return, they will provide end-to-end transmission services and capabilities essential to the USA’s Defense Information System Network – Pacific, the military’s consolidated enterprise level telecommunications infrastructure for the expanded Pacific region. DTS-P II has a 5-year base period, followed by a pair of 2-year option periods and a 1-year option period; $2.5 billion is the maximum amount under all option periods. This RFP was announced via the Federal Business Opportunities website, and 2 offers were received by the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization, Pacific (HC1019-09-D-2000).

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