Army picks AT&T for $37M communications contract - Fedscoop

Fedscoop: The U.S. Army awarded AT&T a contract to unify and modernize its communications capabilities, the telecom provider announced Monday.

The Army awarded the five-year contract to AT&T last month for more than $35 million to provide integrated voice, video, instant messaging/chat and screen-sharing capabilities powered by the cloud for 1 million authorized Army users on classified and unclassified networks.

The services will “make it easier for Army personnel to connect, collaborate and share information in support of daily operations globally,” an AT&T release says.

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