AT&T Wins EPA Contract

AT&T Government Solutions has won a a task order worth approximately $29 million to deploy a Wide Area Network (WAN) solution for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WAN 2010 Project. AT&T will deploy a converged, managed IP network solution that will allow the EPA to modernize and transform its WAN.

“The EPA needs an approach to security that not only enables the agency to exchange data in a secure fashion, but also stops threats before they make it to the front door, ” said Don Herring, Senior Vice President, AT&T Government Solutions, AT&T Global Services. “This new singular, converged IP network infrastructure for the EPA will not only deliver enhanced security and increased capacity, but also provide a solid, flexible, and scalable technological platform for expanding bandwidth and applications as the EPA’s needs evolve in the future.”

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