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State Contacts

Hughes is on a growing number of state contract vehicles to make procurement for our customers as easy as possible. Click any of the states below to get details on services offered directly to the state government offices.

Contact us if you would like to see us on your state’s contract vehicle!

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Arkansas
Hughes can provide the State of Arkansas Hughes Access Continuity and Broadband Internet services via satellite.
New York
Hughes can provide a suite of managed services and connectivity solutions under the Comprehensive Telecommunications Services contract.
Oregon
Hughes can provide Hughes Business Internet and Access Continuity services, as well as IP Virtual Private Network connectivity for video-conferencing, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), data and application sharing, and content distribution via satellite.
Texas
Hughes holds two contract vehicles with the State of Texas. We offer our latest HughesNet Gen5 Internet service for primary and back-up connectivity as well as our HughesON digital signage and learning management solutions.
Virginia
Hughes can provide satellite broadband technology to public sector entities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia as a result of the contract with Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA).
Oklahoma
The Hughes proposed network design for Oklahoma state and local agencies leverages our NOC-centric architecture and seamless integration of multiple network access technologies to provide agencies with a broad range of secure transport options for both primary and backup services.
Pennsylvania
The Hughes proposed network design for COPA leverages our NOC-centric architecture and our seamless integration of multiple network access technologies to provide COPA with a broad range of secure transport options for both primary and backup services.
NASPO ValuePoint
Hughes is the first and only satellite broadband provider to be added to the NASPO ValuePoint contract, and subsequently, the first provider to offer FCC-defined broadband tier speeds of at least 25 Mbps from coast to coast.
State Contracts