AT&T to Provide Military Telephony Services Under $304M DISA Contract

AT&T (NYSE: T) has won a potential 10-year, $304.4 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide voice internet services for U.S. Northern Command and U.S. Southern Command.

The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization received two offers for the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The IDIQ contract has a base period of six years and four option years and covers telephony and session initiation protocol trunking services.

DISA’s Voice Internet Service Provider program includes commercial network services and platforms to provide DOD mission partners with a Nonclassified Internet Protocol Routed Network connection and enable them to access the Public Switched Telephone Network for off-net calls and use DISA’s VISP telephony services for on-net calls, according to the program’s request for proposals.

Contract work will primarily occur in Oakton, Virginia, and at various sites in the NORTHCOM and SOUTHCOM region.

The contract has a guaranteed minimum amount of $500 and the service will finance task orders using fiscal year 2022 operations and maintenance funds.

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