The new contract allows Uber and Lyft to formally launch their services within government agencies and work with officials to promote ride-hailing.   -  Photo via Depositphotos.

The new contract allows Uber and Lyft to formally launch their services within government agencies and work with officials to promote ride-hailing. 

Photo via Depositphotos.

The U.S. federal government selected Uber and Lyft as the ride-hailing provider for public agencies, representing 4 million employees and contractors across the U.S., Reuters reports

The General Services Administration issued the final five-year contract last week. It is potentially worth up $810 million.

The new contract allows Uber and Lyft to formally launch their services within government agencies and work with officials to promote ride-hailing. 

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