AT&T gets Air Force intell deal

AT&T Government Solutions has been awarded a contract worth as much as $95 million to provide engineering and technical services to the Air Force’s National Air and Space Intelligence Center.

AT&T Government Solutions will assign engineers and systems analysts to perform analysis, archiving, reporting and intelligence processing for the center located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The company will also acquire and maintain hardware and software to support the intelligence processing center, according to a Sept. 15 company statement.

The contract covers five years. The work will be performed at AT&T Government Solutions’ office in Fairborn, Ohio.


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