Becoming Citizen-Centric. Citizen-centric programs start with an efficiently run government. Find out how our IT solutions empower organizations at all levels.
Serving with Honor Technology. Learn how our technologies keep the armed forces prepared to defend our nation's interests here and abroad.
As a long-standing, trusted provider to the U.S. Intelligence Community, we can help you achieve the IT solutions your agency needs to support the national security mission.
Protect, Collaborate and Respond. We help Federal Public Safety agencies protect their assets, collaborate to fulfill their missions, and rapidly respond to emergencies.
Mission: Possible. We blend core capabilities in networking, cybersecurity, cloud solutions and mobile communications with professional services expertise to deliver integrated, network-enabled solutions.
Global Public Sector Solutions President Kay Kapoor has been elected to the 2016 FedScoop 50 - named an “Industry Leader” who has harnessed the power of technology to make significant contributions to the nation and government IT community.
The General Services Administration has extended our Networx Universal and Networx Enterprise contracts into 2020. This enables us to continue to provide highly-secure integrated communications solutions as we help federal agencies transition to Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions.
AT&T has been awarded a five-year contract to become the primary mobility provider for the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, delivering a broad range of mobility devices and services to employees nationwide.
AT&T Global Business - Public Sector Solutions Sales VP Stacy Schwartz shares her perspective on solutions for Public Safety with ExecutiveBiz, Mobility & Cloud Evolution in Public Safety and the Future of UC Technology, and FedScoop TV, EmergingTech.
Read Channelnomic$ deep dive: Federal IT spending - part III, “ What role does cyber security play in in federal budgets, and are they willing to bank on the cloud ,” where Chris Smith comments on the important contributions from industry.
Washington Executive featured AT&T Global Business - Public Sector Solutions Sales VP Jill Singer in the article, “ Software-Defined Networking for National Security Needs .”
Effective June 16, 2016, Anthony Robbins is appointed Vice President - Public Sector Solutions - Global Defense. Robbins will lead the AT&T team delivering technology solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense and other global public sector defense organizations.
Kay Kapoor was honored to be among a select group of professional women in the Washington, D.C. technology community recognized for extraordinary vision, talent and mentorship with a 2016 Women in Technology Leadership Award. To learn more, listen to her interview with Federal News Radio (D.C. 1500 AM).
Read Chris Smith’s blog, “Reliable Service Quality Drives Higher Customer Satisfaction” to learn how the CMMI Institute rated the AT&T Government Solutions, Inc. (GSI), quality management system in use by AT&T Global Business – Public Sector Solutions to support our work with U.S. government.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded AT&T a contract to provide highly secure telecom services between select Department of Defense aircraft and ground stations across the continental U.S. and around the world.
Kay Kapoor has been named to FedScoop's list of D.C.'s Top 50 Women in Technology for 2016 — an elite cadre of women transforming how the government uses technology.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded a position on the Global Networking Services (GNS) contract to AT&T.
FCW’s Fed100 features 20 from Industry including Mike Leff of AT&T, recognized for his individual contribution to the integration of IT into Federal Agency operations.
WashingtonExec’s Inaugural Top 30 Execs to Watch List (Kay Kapoor debuts at #16)
Delivering 21st century solutions to the global public sector (Kay Kapoor blog 1/20/2016)
AT&T Selected to Help Federal Communications Commission Use Cloud Technology, providing a cost-effective IP solution that will support mobile and cloud-based applications for the FCC.