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Company Overview of British Telecommunications plc
British Telecommunications plc provides communication services worldwide. Its BT Global Services segment offers managed networked IT services, which include IP, Ethernet, and Internet virtual private network; a range of products and services for firewalls, Web security, intrusion prevention, and threat monitoring; collaboration services; contact center services, including email, Web chat, video, social media, and phone; consulting, integration, and managed services; and telehousing and colocation services, as well as public, private, and hybrid cloud solutions. The company’s BT Business segment provides fire and security alarm signaling services, surveillance networks, and control room servi...
81 Newgate Street
London, EC1A 7AJ
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for British Telecommunications plc
Principal Executive Officer, Principal Financial Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
British Telecommunications plc Key Developments
British Telecommunications plc Wins GBP 2 Billion (Initial Estimated Total Value Excluding Vat) Multiple Awardees Contract
Aug 30 15
British Telecommunications PLC won a GBP 2 billion (initial estimated total value excluding VAT) multiple awardees contract award from The Minister for the Cabinet Office acting through Crown Commercial Service to provide innovative connectivity, telecommunications and other services. Crown Commercial Service (the Contracting Authority) has put in place pan Government Agreement mechanisms to access and gain connectivity and telecommunication services including services over the Public Services Network (PSN) for use by or on behalf of the UK public sector bodies listed at VI.3 (and any future successors to these organisations). These bodies include but are not limited to Central Government Departments and their Agencies, Non Departmental Public Bodies, Devolved Administrations, NHS Bodies and providers of services to the NHS, Local Authorities, Police, Voluntary Sector, Charities, and/or other private organizations acting as managing agents or procuring on behalf of these public sector bodies. This Framework Agreement addressed this need by facilitating the provision of innovative connectivity and telecommunications and other services for the UK public sector as a whole. The services made available under the Framework Agreement include data access services; local connectivity services; traditional telephony services; inbound telephony services; IP-telephony solutions; mobile, voice and data services; paging services; video conferencing; audio conferencing; and integrated communications services. Including, but not limited to, networks, Wi-Fi, gateways & related services; voice lines and minute bundles; mobile services including voice and data, pager services; email services; internet service provision, content filtering services and intruder detection systems; communication services including video and audio conferencing services, and unified communications; call centre services; and associated supporting services including but not limited to security, information assurance, design/build/operate consultancy, acquisition, technology audit and site surveys; and other services as described in this OJEU Notice; the Framework Agreement; the Call Off Terms; and the Call Off Order Form. The Framework Agreement is suitable for the provision of services that are PSN compliant; and also for the provision of services at lower security levels; or that do not require PSN compliance. The services are required to be provided primarily to the UK, although the Framework Agreement may also be used by UK contracting authorities to service their overseas sites including Europe, United States (US) and Rest of the World (RoW). The Contracting Authority considers that this Procurement is suitable for economic operators that are Small or Medium Enterprises (SMEs). For the avoidance of doubt, the Contracting Authority points out that no weight has been attached to whether or not an economic operator is an SME in assessing the most economically advantageous tender. The Framework Agreement has an initial term of two (2) years with the option to extend by two further terms of up to one (1) year each. The duration of call-off contracts placed under this Framework Agreement is for a maximum of 5 years with the option to extend by 2 further terms (of up to 1 year each).
Bt Announces New Contract with the European Commission to Deliver Voice Services
Aug 6 15
BT announced a new contract with the European Commission to deliver voice services across 21 major European institutions, agencies and bodies including the European Commission, the European Council and the European Defence Agency. The framework contract runs for up to seven years and is worth over EUR 15 million. This is the second European Commission framework contract awarded to BT in 2015. BT will provide fixed line voice services at sites in Belgium, Luxembourg and Strasbourg using the BT One Voice portfolio. The new solution is based on BT One Voice SIP, which allows customers to consolidate their communications infrastructure and prepare the ground for Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) tools such as instant messaging (IM), presence and video.
BT Group, British Telecommunications PLC Wins GBP 5 Million Contract for Broadband Services
Jul 22 15
BT Group, British Telecommunications PLC won a GBP 5 million (excluding VAT) contract award from East Riding of Yorkshire Council to provide broadband services (Broadband East Riding Phase 2) (Contract Award Notice No.: 2015/S 138-255305; Lot No.: 1).
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