AT&T Picked for Wireless Comms Services, Devices Supply to VA; Rob Dapkiewicz Quoted

Rob Dapkiewicz

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 26, 2018 — AT&T (NYSE: T) will provide wireless communications devices and services to personnel of the Department of Veterans Affairs over a potential five-year period as part of a recently awarded contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 30.

The company said its contract includes the supply of mobile devices and delivery of 4G LTE data and voice services as well as Wi-Fi, tethering, air cards and hotspot services for more than 34K VA devices across the U.S.

“We’re helping VA move forward with its technology modernization efforts in alignment with its strategic plan,” said Rob Dapkiewicz, vice president of the civilian unit within AT&T’s public sector business.

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