AT&T snags 06M DHS contract to replace Verizon, Lumen [telecom]

by Diana Goovaerts

AT&T landed four more government contracts, securing awards collectively worth $306 million to help four divisions within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) upgrade their network infrastructure.

Stacy Schwartz, AT&T VP for FirstNet and public safety, told Fierce the contracts represent all new revenue for the operator. DHS previously contracted with "Verizon as their primary network provider and then they had been using Lumen for some of their local area service...And in both situations they're migrating their services to AT&T," she said.

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