Thursday, November 20, 2008

AT&T Wins $346 Million Managed Service Contract with State of Georgia

AT&T was awarded a five-year contract with the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) worth a projected $346 million to provide managed WAN, Voice, and LAN services across state government agencies. The extensive managed network services contract is expected to establish a more robust and efficient network for Georgia's government operations, a centralized management model and standardized service levels across the state. In addition, the contract provides the state with a disaster recovery solution and information security services so government operations can be maintained in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.


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