AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T), Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ) and telecommunications infrastructure firm A&T Systems have won positions on a potential $200 million contract to provide mobile devices and services to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA also plans to acquire voice, text and data services through the five-year National Mobile Devices and Service program, according to a May 7 FedBizOpps notice.
Nextgov reports the VA required vendors to support support 72, 900 voice phones and 14, 373 smartphones in the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract’s first year.
Year five was projected to have 75, 860 voice phones and 15, 373 smartphones, Bob Brewin writes.
The VA asked bidders to detail prices for 10, 000, 25, 000 and 50, 000 users during year one of the program, according to Nextgov.