DISA work goes to AT&T

The Defense Information Systems Agency has tapped AT&T Government Solutions Inc. of Vienna, Va., to provide circuits and manage network bandwidth for the Defense Information Systems Network.

Under a three-year, $95.4 million contract awarded by DISA, AT&T will provide circuits to replace those from expiring contracts. The Defense Information System Network supplies a range of information services to Defense Department users, including voice telephony, formal messaging, data networking and video.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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