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AT&T has received a potential 12-year, $231 million task order to update data and voice communications networks that will support 100,000 Treasury Department personnel. The company said Tuesday it will provide the department networking and cybersecurity services as part of the new award under the General Services Administration-managed Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.

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AT&T has been awarded a ten-year, $311 million task order from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to deliver modern networking capabilities and advanced technologies. "This task order award is testimony to our capability to deliver robust and reliable services at scale and manage them end-to-end to help government agencies like NOAA improve mission fulfillment," said Chris Smith, vice president of civilian and shared services at AT&T Public Sector and FirstNet.

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Chris Smith, vice president of shared services at AT&T's global public sector and wholesale solutions business, has said 5G technology can support government agencies across five areas and one of those is the platform's capability to build up citizen engagement. Smith wrote in a GCN piece published Monday that connectivity through 5G can help facilitate […] More
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.” […] More
Chris Smith, global public sector solutions vice president of technology for AT&T‘s global public sector business, has said federal agencies with limited information technology budgets should team up with industry partners to address cybersecurity issues, Channelnomics reported Wednesday. Scharon Harding writes the government allocated $80.4 billion on IT spending last year with cybersecurity concerns as a prime focus for many agencies. Smith […] More
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded AT&T a contract to help defend federal civilian networks against cyber attacks through the DHS-run Einstein 3 Accelerated intrusion prevention system. Chris Smith , vice president of technology at AT&T’s government solutions business, wrote in a blog entry posted Wednesday the company will help implement intrusion countermeasures for the protection […] More
Chris Smith, vice president of technology at AT&T‘s government solutions unit and a former chief information officer from the Agriculture Department, has described his outlook on current developments in cyber-related legislation in a Federal News Radio interview. In that conversation posted Monday on Federal News Radio that he sees progress in movement toward legislation of cyber information sharing and the overhaul of […] More
Chris Smith, vice president of technology for AT&T‘s government solutions business, has told Federal News Radio that five recently passed cybersecurity bills could help U.S. government agencies develop a unified approach to infrastructure security. Smith told Francis Rose in an interview aired Tuesday that the Federal Information Security Modernization Act brings clarity about what roles […] More
Chris Smith serves as vice president of technology for the government solutions business at AT&T, a role the company announced him for in late 2013. In this position, Smith leads 175 technologists that develop products and services for the telecommunications provider’s federal agency customers. The 25-year federal market veteran previously served as U.S. federal chief technology and innovation […] More
Increasing use of mobile technologies in federal agencies are among several changes that federal agencies must keep up with and turn to their advantage AT&T‘s Chris Smith has told FCW. Smith, vice president of technology for the company’s federal business organization, also highlighted cloud computing and the “Internet of Things” as having potential to transform operations in […] More
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