AT&T inks $231M U.S. Treasury contract
Northern Va. arm lands contract to modernize department's voice and data network
AT&T Inc. announced Tuesday it has been awarded a $231 million contract from the U.S. Department of Treasury to modernize its voice and data networks and provide cybersecurity protections. The contract was landed by AT&T’s Public Sector organization, which is based in Fairfax County’s Oakton area.
The 12-year contract was awarded through the General Service Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions technology procurement program. Dallas-based AT&T will modernize network services supporting approximately 100,000 Treasury workers across 700 geographically dispersed sites.
“Hats off to the technology leadership and team at Treasury for making a deliberate and comprehensive commitment to network modernization,” said Chris Smith, vice president of civilian and shared services for AT&T Public Sector, in a statement. “We look forward to working with Treasury to help transform its communications capabilities and help ensure it is future-ready for further innovation.”