GSA Certifies AT&T’s Business Support Systems for EIS Tech Purchasing Program; Chris Smith Comments

Chris Smith

The General Services Administration has verified the compliance of AT&T’s billing and ordering tools with agency requirements for the potential 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle.

Chris Smith, vice president of shared services at AT&T Global Public Sector and Wholesale Solutions, said in a statement published Tuesday that securing support systems compliance is a “significant milestone.” According to Smith, the next program milestone is winning security validation.

Speaking with ExecutiveBiz Wednesday, Smith added, “We’re on track with EIS and look forward to working with federal agencies to modernize and transform their technology capabilities.”

AT&T is one of the 10 companies that hold spots on the EIS contract that GSA awarded in August 2017, as a replacement to the Networx contract and to help agencies procure information technology and telecommunications services to support their IT modernization efforts.

You may also be interested in...


Fluor to Compete for Tasks on GSA’s OASIS Contract; Tom D’Agostino Quoted

Fluor holds a five-year position to compete for task orders in multiple professional service areas under the General Services Administration's One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle.

Damon Griggs CEO Dovel Technologies

Dovel Creates Advisory Board, Names New Leadership; Damon Griggs Quoted

Dovel Technologies has created an advisory board and appointed skilled leadership to provide guidance for the company’s strategic plan to drive innovation, customer success and employee growth. "I am thrilled these well-known leaders have chosen to join Dovel's Advisory Board," said Damon Griggs, Dovel CEO.

MC-130J Airlifter

Lockheed, USAF to Enter Airlifter Munition Delivery Project’s Fourth Phase

Lockheed Martin received a $25M contract to help the U.S. Air force assess the feasibility of deploying weapons through an airlifter under the fourth phase of USAF's Palletized Munitions Experimentation Campaign.