AT&T Lands $984M DOJ Comms Tech Modernization Task Order; Stacy Schwartz Quoted

Stacy Schwartz

AT&T (NYSE: T) has secured a potential 15-year, $984M task order to help the Department of Justice adopt a modern communications platform designed to improve DOJ’s mission performance.

The company said Monday the task order awarded through the General Services Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle calls for the implementation of a fully managed platform designed to deliver IP voice, cloud access, data, security, professional services and other networking capabilities to DOJ’s more than 120K employees across more than 2K locations.

“The DOJ and its component organizations do the hard work of protecting the freedoms, rights and safety of all Americans,” said Stacy Schwartz, vice president of public safety and FirstNet at AT&T. “We are honored to provide a modern communications platform and capabilities to support the DOJ’s work for the next 15 years.”

The company said the new platform will support DOJ’s Joint Cloud Optimized Trusted Internet Connection Service, streamline cloud adoption efforts across 43 component agencies and provide access to AT&T’s mobility network and national public safety network – FirstNet.

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