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CenturyLink builds fiber to dams for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

February 6, 2020


CenturyLink is pushing fiber to dams in Oregon and Washington to help the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers modernize its infrastructure.

The network operator won five contracts valued at a total of $3.4 million over five years. The contracts were awarded over the past year by the General Service Administration’s IT Schedule 70 contract.

CenturyLink’s fiber will provide high-speed data transmission services to the Ice Harbor, Little Goose and Lower Granite Dams along the lower Snake River in Washington, and the Foster and Green Peters Dams along the Columbia River in Oregon, as part of the dam safety program.

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