Hosted contact center services

Contracts for Hosted Contact Center Services provide Georgia state agencies and other public-sector entities with access to a choice of new technology solutions at competitive prices.

In awarding the contracts, GTA conducted a competitive procurement and evaluated each provider on its capability and capacity to provide contact center services from within the United States, the ability to migrate state agencies from the previous provider, competitive pricing and technical versatility.

How to use these contracts

State agencies and other public-sector entities in Georgia can select the pre-qualified provider whose service solution best meets their particular business needs. An interested agency begins by submitting a Request for Quote (RFQ) to the pre-qualified providers using the RFQ template (in Related Files below).

The RFQ template should be used as a guideline to clarify agency business requirements. Completed RFQs must be submitted by your agency's procurement officer directly to the providers. The agency may choose any single provider or multiple providers to respond with proposals to the RFQ request. Agencies evaluate the provider's response based on criteria they have chosen.

See Related Files below for information about each pre-qualified provider's service offering, including pricing. Questions about using the contracts may be directed to GTA's Mark Albright at mark.albright@gta.ga.gov or 404.808.0507.

Contracts and contacts

AT&T

Expiration date: June 30, 2022

Contract no. 98000-HCC-1097-ATT

Contact: Jennings Walsh, jw3479@att.com, (404) 395-8016

Solution: InContact

Platform28

Expiration date: June 30, 2021

Contract no. 98000-HCC-1097-PLA

Contact: Somer Rochow, somer.rochow@platform28.com, (480) 280-9900

Solution: Custom

Verint

Expiration date: June 30, 2021

Contract no. 98000-HCC-1097-NEX

Contact: Bryan Baxter, bryan.baxter@verint.com, (214) 718-2177

Solution: Custom