AT&T won a spot on a contract with the General Services Administration to offer advanced solutions to federal agencies.
Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions is a technology acquisition program for telecommunications and other advanced technologies from GSA-authorized providers. The contract is for up to $50 billion over 15 years.
The company said the win sets the stage for AT&T to be a key player in the future of technology modernization for its public sector customers.
“It’s an honor to help agencies modernize their communications technologies,” said Kay Kapoor, president of AT&T Global Public Sector. “Through EIS, we can help them usher in the future of efficient, impactful government with our innovations in networking, cloud, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and mobility.”
AT&T’s Global Public Sector sales for government and education customers totaled $14.8 billion in 2016.