Series By AT&T

Leading the Future: Transition and Transform with EIS. Part 6.

The speed of technology is moving faster than ever. Yet, more than 80% of federal government IT budgets are spent on maintaining systems, with only a fraction i...

The speed of technology is moving faster than ever. Yet, more than 80% of federal government IT budgets are spent on maintaining systems, with only a fraction invested in innovation.

As Federal agencies drive to transition to the new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, we all agree the time for modernization is now.

In this six-part series, AT&T innovators and leaders discuss how the EIS contract can help transition and transform federal agencies to the network of tomorrow – today.

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Featured speakers

  • Rob Dapkiewicz

    Vice President, AT&T Public Sector - Civilian

  • Mike Leff

    Vice President, AT&T Public Sector - Defense

  • Jason Miller

    Executive Editor, Federal News Network