2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Stacy Schwartz

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Name: Stacy Schwartz
Title: Vice President, Public Safety
Agency/Company: AT&T Global Public Sector Solutions

First responders’ first responder. Under Schwartz’s leadership, AT&T worked closely with Federal Emergency Management Agency leaders to deliver technology in support of more than 100 disaster recovery efforts in 2016. When the police shootings took place in Dallas in July, she dispatched a team to quickly establish surge bandwidth capability to support the investigative task force. And when Customs and Border Protection needed communications capabilities in remote locations in a relatively short period of time, Schwartz delivered. She also guides a massive program under which AT&T designs and delivers IP telephony solutions at U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide.

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