Contract Award- AT&T – $120 Million – Postal Service

The US Postal Service has awarded AT&T Government Solutions a contract to provide managed network services. The $120 million contract extension is under the Postal Advanced Telecommunications contract and is for a four year period.

Under the contract, AT&T will provide services such as design and engineering, onsite installation, IP address management and Interactive Voice Response. Also, the Multiprotocol Label Switching-enabled network will continue to service the Postal Service.

Don Herring, SVP of AT&T Government Solutions, said “To meet the continued demand for bandwidth, agencies like the U.S. Postal Service must be able to enhance their networks in an efficient and cost-effective manner. AT&T has a proven track record of helping companies transform their operations with choice and simplicity, enabling them to better serve customers.”

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