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ZeeVee Gets GSA Vendor Approval Through 2024

Can help provide IP services to federal, state and local governments.

LITTLETON, Mass.—ZeeVee has earned a Multiple Award Schedule IT 70 contract from the U.S. General Services Administration, which will allow the company to supply and proactively market to the government sector, including defense and civilian, through 2024, with the potential three five-year options.

ZeeVee is a developer of digital technology and products for distributing audio-video content from any type of sources to any number of displays, per the company. It offers a range of products from RF distribution to AV over IP.

To be recognized as an approved vendor of GSA, the federal government’s procurement arm, companies must go through a screening process and demonstrate past performance, client satisfaction and financial stability.

ZeeVee is a founding member of the SDVoE Alliance and has become the first member of the Alliance to earn a GSA contract.

“This buying vehicle paves the way for a greater range of government and quasi-government organizations to acquire a technology that is transforming AV distribution and delivering on the promise of increased scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness,” said Joseph Chodras, vice president, Marketing & North American Sales, for ZeeVee.

ZeeVee has been a supplier for AV equipment to other government related agencies, emergency operation centers and educational institutions, including NASA, the Denver Emergency Operations Center and Michigan State University.