Networx is GSA's network services buying program. The government is transitioning to a new technology purchasing program, Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions. As this happens, federal agencies can continue to buy services from AT&T under the Networx contracts.
"Federal agencies rely on Networx for global networking and advanced solutions," said Mike Leff, vice president-Civilian, AT&T Global Public Sector Solutions. "These contract extensions let us help them make a smooth transition to Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions. We're happy to provide the support."
AT&T is a leading provider of strategic technology services to federal agencies. The company makes significant investments in technology and innovation which can help federal agencies achieve their missions.
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