CenturyLink Inc. secured a task order worth up to $1.6 billion to provide secure network and IT modernization services to the U.S. Interior Department.
The task order covers two areas and has 11 one-year options that run through 2032, according to a Jan. 16 news release.
Task area one includes managed core network services, including software-defined wide area network, virtual private network, private line and Ethernet transport services. It also includes managed security services as well as the implementation of zero-trust networking services that meet the government's security requirements. Task area two covers managed access services such as secure cloud connectivity and Wi-Fi.
The contract was awarded through the General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions program.