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AT&T Wins USPS Connectivity Contracts Worth $54M; Stacy Schwartz Comments

Stacy SchwartzAT&T‘s (NYSE: T) federal government business unit will provide the U.S. Postal Service connectivity services under two contracts potentially worth $53.5 million.

The first contract covers upgrades to data network connection at USPS retail and support hubs in U.S. and its territories, AT&T said Monday.

Under the second contract, AT&T intends to deploy a managed trusted Internet protocol service at two USPS data centers and the service’s Washington headquarters.

“We look forward to continuing to support USPS as they advance their mission in the digital age, ” said Stacy Schwartz, vice president, AT&T’s federal government business unit.

She added that the contract will not only aid USPS in its critical-infrastructure operations but help support the agency in its new endeavors.

The General Services Administration developed the MTIPS program with the aim of securing Internet connectivity across the government.

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