The Air Force is driving innovation and IT modernization with Enterprise IT-as-a-Service. The EITaaS initiative enables the Air Force to accelerate service delivery while moving away from complex acquisitions and purpose-built systems. This strategy can help integrate warfighting capabilities and assets, giving airmen faster access to advanced technologies - where and when they need it. In this new series, hear from AT&T leaders as they explore the opportunities and long-term benefits of EITaaS for the Air Force.
Agencies expected to award 58 task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract by March 31, but instead awarded 10, putting the $50 billion program on a path similar to the last telecommunications transition debacle.
Five of the nine EIS vendors raised concerns about the delays in releasing task orders under EIS, about what the solicitations are asking for and the quality of the requirements detailed in the documents saying the transition is taking on too much of a Networx-like flavor.
Today, Defense agencies are working closely to modernize military IT infrastructure to combat modern day adversaries. For the Navy, moving to a Network as a Service model and adopting advanced technologies like software-defined networking can help navigate the path to modernization.
In this new series, AT&T leaders and subject matter experts reveal how commercial innovation can help drive mission effectiveness in port and at sea.
The Air Force’s Cloud One program faces a protest by Leidos, while the Army names a new project manager for data and the CIO Council upgrades its website for the first time since 2017.
This program provides a progress report on next gen federal networks.
Federal public safety agencies and military emergency responders have the same requirements as their state and local counterparts for unhampered communications, highly secure connectivity in the most remote locations, and access to critical, often life-saving data.
Built to meet the needs of first responders across all jurisdictions, FirstNet is the only nationwide, high-speed, broadband network designed specifically for public safety. Watch the series to learn more.
Hear more in the fourth and final part of Federal News Network's series, FirstNet Update.
AT&T uses 20 megahertz of old television spectrum and will operate FirstNet for at least 25 years.
Agencies have released only 23 of the expected 127 solicitations under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract so far and GSA set a Sept. 30 deadline for all RFPs to be out the door.
Today’s Armed Forces need advanced technologies to stay ahead of our nation’s adversaries and better inform the battlefield.
In this five-part series, AT&T innovators and leaders on the front lines of network transformation discuss intelligence at the edge, as-a-service models, smart technologies, security, and more.
In today's Federal Newscast, the National Association of Postal Supervisors has filed a lawsuit against USPS seeking back pay to match private sector pay.
Georgia's major IT enterprise outsourcing program celebrated its 10th anniversary thanks to state CIO Calvin Rhodes' turnaround efforts. Will he be rewarded by a new governor?
When time matters most, communication is critical. For federal, state and local responders that means a secure, single interoperable platform nationwide.
In this eight-part series, listen as AT&T Public Safety leaders discuss FirstNet – the only nationwide, high-speed, broadband network dedicated to public safety.