The mission of CenturyLink government services procurement (GSP) is to provide procurement and subcontract support for its federal government clients. In doing so, GSP fully supports CenturyLink's Small Business Program initiatives.
All procurement activities are conducted in accordance with applicable laws, recognized standards of business conduct, the CenturyLink compliance program and the expectations of our federal clients via regulatory flow down requirements.
While CenturyLink does not guarantee work to potential subcontractors, suppliers, and/or teaming partners, we nonetheless seek quality small businesses, disadvantaged, 8(a), HUBzone businesses, woman-owned businesses, veteran owned businesses, and service disabled veteran businesses.
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CenturyLink government procurement policy, while consistent with the CenturyLink corporate procurement policy, is differentiated from the corporate policy due to the uniqueness of the federally mandated procurement policies that flow through CenturyLink's prime contracts and subcontracts. As such, a separate set of policies, processes and procedures for compliance has been constructed and separately maintained for all CenturyLink government services procurements. These policies substantially reflect the flow down provisions of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and agency supplemental regulations.
Small Business Program
CenturyLink government services actively seeks and recruits the following qualified businesses as defined below to fulfill its subcontract, procurement and teaming diversity requirements on behalf of our Federal clients.