G2G Marketplace is a simple, user-friendly procurement marketplace launched in 2014 by government IT officials from Oakland County, Michigan as a “government-to-government” resource to make it easier for agencies to purchase high-quality technology services. Government customers use the website to research, purchase and implement technology solutions and professional services using pre-negotiated blanket purchase agreements.
“CenturyLink is pleased to be working with G2G Marketplace to help our government and public sector customers implement new technologies to quickly and efficiently solve their business problems,” said Rick Buyens, regional sales vice president, CenturyLink. “The G2G Marketplace streamlines the contracting, licensing and purchasing process for agencies that want to take their hybrid IT strategy to the next level using CenturyLink’s colocation, cloud and security solutions.”
With G2G Marketplace, government agencies, including states, counties, municipalities, courts, schools, libraries, police departments and fire departments, can reduce the time and costs associated with evaluating technology vendors and negotiating complex contracts.
“Oakland County’s G2G Marketplace has been nationally recognized by the National Association of Counties and the Center for Digital Government because it gives local governments a way to improve customer service while reducing costs,” said Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. “We are pleased to add CenturyLink to the list of companies that provide government technology solutions in the cloud.”