Awards & Recognition

Award Description
gtb Global Telecoms Business
Global Telecoms Business and its readership selected Kay Kapoor as one of 50 Women to Watch in 2017  along with fellow AT&T leaders Anne Chow, Brooks McCorcle, and Jennifer Robertson.
Fedscoop 50 winners Global Public Sector President Kay Kapoor was named to FedScoop’s Top Women in Tech 2017 list. Kapoor was previously elected to the 2016 FedScoop 50 as an “Industry Leader” who has harnessed the power of technology to make significant contributions to the nation and government IT community.
Top 20 Leading Brands in Government for 2016 AT&T was named one of the top 20 Leading Brands in Government for 2016. Government Executive Media Group’s research division, the Government Business Council, used direct feedback from 2,500 government managers to assess each company’s overall brand strength in the government marketplace.
Federal IT Top 25 Enterprise IDC Government Insights and FedScoop released their inaugural list of leading IT providers to the federal government based on actual revenues generated from the sale of IT products and services during fiscal year 2015.  AT&T debuts in the top 25 , ranked 12th among enterprise companies serving multiple industries that derive less than 1/3 of their revenues from government institutions.
Women Worth Watching Profiles in Diversity Journal has honored Kay Kapoor with a Women Worth Watching Award®. For the 15th year, the publication is recognizing “trailblazers leading the way to excellence in the workplace, marketplace and the world.”Click here for a complete list of 2016 winners.
Washington Mosaic Jill Singer has been included among the 2017 Wash100, a premier group selected by Executive Mosaic's organizational & editorial leadership as the most influential figures in the GovCon sector.
Washington Exec Kay Kapoor debuts at #16 on WashingtonExec’s Inaugural Top 30 Execs to Watch List
MEF Excellence Awards
Mike Lesher blog
AT&T won – Best Application of the Year – Government in recognition of the most innovative use of Carrier Ethernet services to meet the requirements of government-related applications for the State of Louisiana.
Global Telecoms Business

The 13th annual Stevie® Awards for Women in Business named six AT&T leaders among top female executives worldwide. Kay Kapoor took home a Women of the Year – Business Services Silver Award, marking the 10th time in the last 2 years Kay has been recognized for her leadership achievements.


Washington Technology


AT&T ranked 14 th in the Washington Technology Top 100, an annual evaluation of prime contractors for IT, systems integration, telecommunications, professional services and other high-tech functions. June 2016

 The MOAA recognized AT&T with the association's highest annual award - for being a model Guard/Reserve employer and for supporting military personnel in the field with tablets and mobile phones.
Federal Computer Week

Federal Computer Week
FCW’s Fed100 features Stacy Schwartz of AT&T, recognized for her outstanding individual contribution to the integration of IT into Federal Agency operations.

2016 G.I. Jobs

2016 G.I. Jobs

Military Spouse Friendly Employer Award

AT&T was ranked among the 50 top Military Spouse Friendly Employers for 2016. Based on our commitment to hiring military families, AT&T is providing some of the most flexible opportunities to Military Spouses.

PS Prep Certified

 AT&T is the first private company to receive PS-Prep certification from the DHS, validating that we are able to maintain or recover our own business operations in the face of an emergency or disaster

Freedom Award

 Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a DoD office of the U.S. Government, honored AT&T with The Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest honor the department gives to employers for support of National Guard and Reserve employees.

Cyber Diamond

AT&T has continued its Cyber Diamond sponsorship for a sixth year for the Air Force Association's CyberPatriot, the National Youth Cyber Education Program .  AT&T support includes AT&T Foundation cash contributions, student participants Internet access via AT&T air cards, hosting in AFA CyberCamps in California, Texas and Colorado, AT&T employee mentorship for competition teams, and Lance Spencer sitting on the Board of Directors.
2013 U.S. Veterans Magazine

2016 U.S. Veterans Magazine
AT&T has been named one of the Top Veteran-Friendly Companies by U.S. Veteran’s Magazine Best of the Best survey. U.S. Veterans Magazine polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2015 Best of the Best evaluations, which is intended to recognize veteran-friendly companies and acknowledge their efforts in hiring and retaining veterans.


2016 G.I. Jobs
For the 11th year, AT&T was recognized based on their commitment to veterans and members of the armed forces through recruitment and support programs. #24 of Top 100 Military Friendly Employers.
Best for Vets Military Times ranks AT&T among the 2016 Best for Vets Employers based on recruiting strategies and hiring of military personnel, veterans and their families, as well as company culture and policies supporting valued veterans.

USO Circle of Stars

The USO of Metropolitan Washington recognized AT&T as a 2013 Circle of Stars Member. The Circle of Stars annual corporate donor recognition program honors outstanding businesses, which provide funding and budget-relieving in-kind donations to support USO-Metro’s programs, events and services.

Military Spouse Employment Partnership


AT&T participates in the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), a targeted recruitment and employment solution for spouses and companies that matches spouses from ALL Military Services with employment opportunities.