AT&T to upgrade Navy network's Web capabilities

AT&T Government Solutions has won a $2.7 million contract to upgrade and expand the Web capabilities of the Naval Network and Space Operations Command, based in Dahlgren, Va. The command is responsible for monitoring the Navy’s command and control communications networks worldwide.

The contract could ultimately be worth $10.3 million if all options are exercised. AT&T and a subcontractor, Enterprise Data Solutions, will develop portals for existing Web sites that will allow users to interact with any of the Navy's command, control, communications and intelligence networks.

The companies will also create a site to collect data about network performance trends for planners to use.


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