U.S. Government Increases Scope of Globecomm Services Contract

By | May 27, 2010 | Government, ST Briefs

[Satellite TODAY 05-27-10] Globecomm has received a $7.9 million increase in the total value of a four-year contract from an unnamed U.S. government prime contractor, the company announced May 26.
    Globecomm will provide satellite earth stations and services, as well as voice, video, and data services from its managed network service businesses. This contract is part of a four-year contract originally signed with the government customer in January 2008.
    “The increased scope on this contract represents another example of our recent success not only renewing contracts but driving expansion through them. Customer expansion continues to fuel of recurring services growth,” Globecomm COO Keith Hall said in a statement.

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