Intact Awarded GSA IT Schedule 70 Services Contract

Intact | August 19, 2020

Intact Awarded GSA IT Schedule 70 Services Contract
Intact, a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (‘CSP’) Direct Reseller certified as Authorized Azure Government and Commercial, today announced that the company has secured a U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 services contract through its partnership with CenturyLink. This five-year federal supply contract will allow Intact to deliver its ReAccess® and PowerLine™ cloud services solutions to federal, state and local government agencies in an expedited, compliant and cost-effective manner.

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Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) are constantly evolving. As networked information technology systems, PACS take advantage of Moore’s Law and the continuously improving price/performance of computer systems. PACS are constantly incorporating improvements in communications and security technologies.

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Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) are constantly evolving. As networked information technology systems, PACS take advantage of Moore’s Law and the continuously improving price/performance of computer systems. PACS are constantly incorporating improvements in communications and security technologies.