DISA picks AT&T for defense network

The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded a $95.4 million contract to AT&T Government Solutions. AT&T will supply circuits and manage network bandwidth for the Defense Information Systems Network under the three-year contract.

The contract will take up where expiring agreements leave off, according to AT&T.

DISA procures network services for the Defense Department. AT&T has been part of the DISN project in various capacities since the initial contracts were awarded in 1997.

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