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AT&T Government Solutions Names Jill T. Singer as Vice
President, National Security
In her new role, Singer will lead the national security team and oversee delivery of strategic technology solutions and services to national security agencies throughout the Federal marketplace.
AT&T Government Solutions leaders discuss hot topics in recent media interviews:
- Casey Coleman's take on what's next for federal IT
- A second bite at the Networx apple?, Jeff Mohan, executive director of GSA programs
- AT&T’s Chris Smith, on Federal News Radio - New Cyber Laws Could Pave Way for Unified Threat Defense
AT&T's Kay Kapoor Receives Janice K. Mendenhall Spirit of Leadership Award from ACT-IAC Noting significant contributions to the federal information technology community, Kapoor was among seven individuals recognized for their demonstrated leadership and commitment to public service.
AT&T Renews CyberPatriot, Supplies over 300 3G SIM Cards for Program For the third consecutive year, AT&T is supporting the Air Force Association's National Youth Cyber Education Program, by donating 325 3G SIM cards for use in AT&T air card devices during the CyberPatriot Defense Competition.
AT&T launches cloud
storage offer for Federal Government Agencies with built-in network
AT&T Synaptic Storage as a Service for Government is a multi-tenant, community cloud offer.
AT&T Enhances its Wireless Discount Program for Military Spouses
Update to existing wireless services discount program for qualified U.S. military personnel allows spouses to enroll for the services even while their significant other is away on deployment.
AT&T Technical Services Company, Inc., under its GSA Connections II IDIQ contract, will provide advanced and secure IP telephony systems to U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide.Contract to Provide Enterprise WAN and Voice Services
Former Managing Director Accenture Federal Services Michael Leff Joins AT&T Government Solutions as Vice President – Civilian. In his new role, Leff will lead AGS business across all civilian federal departments and agencies.
Former GSA CIO Casey Coleman Joins AT&T Government Solutions as Client Executive Vice President In her new role, Coleman will own the development of long-term customer relationships, as well as delivery of customized solutions for a key set of agencies within the civilian market.
Government Solutions Names Two Vice Presidents:
Paul Girardi is appointed Vice President, Business Development and Stacy Schwartz is appointed Vice President, Public Safety.
U.S. Army Awards AT&T Government Solutions Place on $4.1 Billion, Five-Year IDIQ Contract to Supply Communications and Transmission Systems
U.S. Postal Service Grants Two Awards to AT&T Government Solutions: first, to provide data networking to USPS locations nationwide and second, for MTIPS secure Internet access to USPS headquarters and two major data centers.
AT&T was awarded a spot on the GSA Region 4 Integrated Telecommunications Services contract, known as GRITS II, supporting federal customers in the Southeast Sunbelt Region.
AT&T is on the HP- led team that captured the Navy’s Next Generation Enterprise Network contract. Bill Toti, vice president HP Enterprise Services, said, “if you want to run the world’s biggest network, having the world’s largest network provider (AT&T) is a good idea.”
Kay Kapoor, president of AT&T Government Solutions, as quoted in AT&T fights downturn with investments (Washington Technology, June 2013), "When budgets are down, technology comes to be the media by which you can still deliver your mission.”