Commonwealth of Massachusetts Selects MetTel to Provide Mobility Services
Mettel Mobility Will Provide the Commonwealth With Complete Control Over Devices With Managed Services, Reducing the Burden on It Departments While Lowering Costs
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has selected MetTel as a communications services provider for government agencies across the state. The award, Statewide contract ITT72, is designed to provide state government organizations with network communication services category 1: cellular.
Being selected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is part of MetTel’s strategy to serve regional governments as a comprehensive communications provider with fully managed services. MetTel can now provide wireless communication services to the state for up to five years, including potential renewals.
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“We’re honored to be selected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide wireless services,” said Marshall Aronow, MetTel CEO. “Similar to our work with federal agencies across the U.S., we look forward to serving local and regional agencies in Massachusetts by providing award-winning technology and services to help transform state government.”
MetTel has a strong and growing government practice. MetTel has announced IT communications projects with city and federal agencies, including the City of Phoenix, State of New York, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S Navy, Social Security Administration, General Services Administration and the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA).
Mobility is MetTel’s fastest-growing business with millions of endpoint devices under management across the commercial and public sectors, including at the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA). MetTel’s experience meeting Federal requirements both within and beyond the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract awarded in 2017 by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) reinforced its credentials.