AT&T Awarded $476M Omnibus Network Enterprise Contract

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

AT&T Government Solutions has been awarded an Omnibus Network Enterprise (ONE) contract from the United States Government (USG). The ONE contract is a multiple award, Indefinite Delivery – Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a potential value of $476 million over the next five years.

Through the ONE contract, AT&T can compete against other prime contract holders for individual task orders. The contract will serve as a vehicle for AT&T and its suppliers to provide a wide range of information technology and telecommunications services to federal agencies and departments.

AT&T leads a ONE contract team of government providers, including: Raytheon, Henkels & McCoy Networks, Daston Corporation, Zavda Technologies, Consulting Services, SSC, and Interferometrics.

The ONE contract has a base contract period of one year and five, one-year options.

AT&T Government Solutions is a business unit within AT&T, an affiliate of AT&T.

Upload: 03-11-12

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