Verizon captures deal that calls for managing a million customer calls a week for the next seven years.
AT&T wins Networx contract that will help EPA modernize its telecommunications systems and increase network security.
GSA awards Access Systems Inc. a $3.5 million contract to help HHS pick its Networx contractors.
AT&T will provide agencywide mission network services to NASA under a Networx order that could be worth $87 million.
AT&T garners the first announced MTIPS award from the Federal Trade Commission, but more security is on the horizon for Networx providers.
The commercial market is watching to see if the government will adopt cloud computing before it widely adopts the technology.
Level 3 will ensure that the U.S. Geological Survey can deliver earthquake and other natural disaster information across its Web sites.
In the third and final installment, GSA's assisant commissioner for IT Services discusses contract protests, Networx transition and other trends in government procurement.
In part 1 of a three-part interview, Edward O'Hare lays out his strategy for making the various parts of the Federal Acquisition Services IT Services division work together and step one is communications.
The release of a GSM codebook is a warning that cell phones are an easy and dangerous security gap without encryption.
Establishing guidelines is the first step in improving cell phone security, but don't stop there.
The Homeland Security Department has approved Networx carriers’ Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Services solutions for agency customers.