NuVox Communications, a leading provider of voice, data, and security services to business customers throughout the Southeast and Midwest, has been recognized by the US General Services Administration (GSA) as a telecommunications provider for federal agencies. The GSA is federal government-regulated agency which functions as a purchasing arm of the US government by offering support to federal agencies in the form of procurement of services and technologies.
In its recent five-year contract estimated at $94 million, NuVox is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) recognized by the GSA. In several markets, NuVox is the sole source provider for telecom and local access services, specifically Myrtle Beach, SC; Eglin AFB, FL; Ft. Myers, FL; and Tallahassee, FL,.
“NuVox is pleased to be recognized by GSA and to be eligible to provide services to federal clients. This is a clear endorsement of NuVox’s excellent service to business customers, and our inclusion in this contract proves the GSA’s recognition of our commitment to best serving our business customers,” commented Scott Brakefield, Strategic Account Manager for NuVox. “We have created a strong partnership with several federal agencies by consistently developing communications with reliable service and competitive services.”
NuVox Communications currently provides telecommunications services for a number of military facilities in the Southeast including Fort Jackson, Fort Gordon, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, the Georgia National Guard, Hurlburt Air Force Base, and Robins Air Force Base.
About NuVox Communications:
NuVox Communications provides a complete suite of communications services to business customers in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee. These services are provided through advanced Lucent, Nortel, Sonus, and Cisco technology. NuVox’s voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services are delivered via technology from Cisco, Sonus, Sylantro, IP Unity, and Acme Packet.