FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 30, 2020
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Reston, VA – Qbase, a leading provider of essential IT and applied technology services to U.S. Intelligence Community and National Security clients, has been awarded a contract to serve as the lead integrator for the FBI’s transition to a modern VoIP enabled Unified Communications infrastructure.
The FBI telecommunications roadmap calls for the evolution of the FBI telephony infrastructure from a legacy Private Branch Exchange (PBX) design to a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) enabled Unified Communications infrastructure. This transition will give the agency increased accessibility, portability, scalability, and quality in their telephony communications. It also offers additional features of value and functionality to forward deployed teams in remote locations.
Qbase will lead a team that will finalize designs, specify and stage required equipment, test configurations, and deploy VoIP endpoints and servers in all domestic FBI field offices and remote locations.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to bring our IT expertise and our understanding of the critical FBI mission to this program,” Qbase Senior Vice President Louis E. Grever said. “We look forward to assisting the FBI in the evolution of their communications infrastructure.”
Qbase, a prime contractor on the FBI’s IT Supplies and Support Services (IT SSS) vehicle, was awarded the contract under a ‘Best Value’ competition and will provide services to the FBI under a multi-year task order award.