Verizon ends protest of $1.5B DISA telecom award
By Nick Wakeman
The Defense Information Systems Agency can now move ahead on the contract to manage telecommunications infrastructure for the Indo-Pacific Command.
Verizon has dropped its objections to a $1.5 billion telecommunications award that went to competitor Lumen Technologies.
Both companies competed head-to-head for the 10-year contract covering network and infrastructure operations services in the Indo-Pacific Command's region of responsibility.