Colorado Picks Comcast for Fiber Services

Deal spans state agencies, counties, cities and schools.

October 3, 2018

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DENVER -- The State of Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) recently selected Comcast Business as one of the providers to deliver high-capacity fiber optic services to state agencies in support of their ever-growing business requirements serving the constituents of the State.

"OIT is always exploring opportunities to diversify our service offerings for agency customers to ensure that we meet their business needs," said Suma Nallapati, Secretary of Technology and State Chief Information Officer. "Adding to our portfolio of data and telecommunications services provides us with more options for secure, fast, reliable and affordable solutions."

To meet its complex and critical telecommunications and network business needs, the State of Colorado requires fast, reliable and scalable network services to support statewide agencies. The Governor’s Office of Information Technology facilitates services delivery through oversight, statewide policy, and a suite of statewide, competitively bid telecommunications contracts. OIT’s driving goal is to streamline the negotiations between service operators and state and local agencies, while delivering high-availability technology solutions tailored to meet agencies’ unique needs. Vendor competitiveness also drives maximum cost efficiencies for the State.

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