AT&T to continue Army work

The Army has awarded AT&T Government Solutions a $2.4 million contract to continue providing network configuration and administration support to the Army 19th Theater Support Command based in Korea.

AT&T is a subcontractor to Science Applications International Corp on the project. The contract is a follow-on to one first awarded in September 2002.

The contract calls for AT&T to provide technical support for two major information systems used to manage and track communications, maintenance, supplies and transportation. AT&T provides round-the-clock help-desk support, systems administration, training, maintenance and Web page development.


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