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AT&T Lands New Mobility Services Contract With Labor Dept Office; Rob Dapkiewicz Comments

Rob Dapkiewicz

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 27, 2018 — AT&T (NYSE: T) will supply mobile devices and services to an office within the Labor Department under a new contract that builds on a previous award for mobility services to the department’s Wage and Hour Division, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 15.

The company said Aug. 14 it will provide smartphones, other wireless communications platforms, 4G LTE voice and data services and customer service to the department’s Office of the Assistant Secretary for Operations and Management.

Rob Dapkiewicz, vice president of AT&T’s federal civilian business, told ExecutiveBiz that the contract serves to further the company’s mobility support to the Labor Department in a push to drive workforce efficiency and effectiveness.

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