AT&T Government Solutions Awarded Omnibus Network Enterprise Contract
Contract Provides Federal Agencies and Departments Access to Telecommunications and Professional Services
Oakton, Virginia, March 06, 2012
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.
“The ONE contract provides AT&T a powerful vehicle to address the unique telecommunication and professional services needs of federal agencies and departments, and demonstrate our ability to meet constantly changing telecommunication priorities and requirements,” said Thomas Harvey, Senior Vice President, AT&T Government Solutions. “AT&T looks forward to competing for task orders and providing reliable solutions and qualified personnel to meet an agency’s mission.”
A leader in mobile Internet and emerging 4G capabilities, AT&T offers the best suite of wireless capabilities and coverage worldwide of any U.S. carrier. In addition, AT&T’s suite of IP-based business communications services is one of the most advanced in the world.
“AT&T and its ONE contract partners have a proven track record of timely and effective responses to new or changing agency missions,” said Bill Daumer, Vice President, National Information Systems, AT&T Government Solutions. “Team AT&T will bring a strong history of innovation to improve the quality and effectiveness of telecommunication service for federal agencies.”
AT&T leads a ONE contract team of experienced government providers, including: Raytheon, Henkels & McCoy Networks, Daston Corporation, Zavda Technologies, Consulting Services Inc, SSC, and Interferometrics.
The ONE contract has a base contract period of one year and five, one-year options.