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AT&T, Verizon, XO Comm find $300M in contracts in the mail

The U.S. Postal Service is looking for data transport services, network operations and wireless communications, among other areas.

Four picked for $96M Navy wireless support

The Navy has selected four contractors to compete for $96 million in wireless product and services tasks.

Gartner dubs two Networx vendors security leaders

AT&T and Verizon Business earn spots at the top of Gartner's rankings of managed services providers.

Health care reform law drives new $169M Verizon award

Verizon Business will help the Health and Human Services Department implement the new health care reform law by providing a variety of IT services, under a new $169 million Networx Universal contract.

Motivated criminals hunt government data

Verizon's annual data breach report finds that hackers targeting government agencies aren't easily deterred.

How hackers use the World Cup and Chelsea Clinton to steal your data

Verizon data breach study reports that malware continues to be a major problem and SQL servers are often the target.

Verizon sees video as driver behind new opportunities

Verizon Inc. sees its future growth tied to the emergence of video as the dominant form of communications.

Verizon wins $187M Networx deal at HHS

Verizon captures deal that calls for managing a million customer calls a week for the next seven years.

Verizon lab to demo the greener side of telecom

Verizon Business opens a lab to show feds how optical local-area networks can help make buildings greener by reducing the energy needs of their networks.

Verizon harvests bumper crop of Networx awards from USDA

Verizon leads the way in September with 38 fair opportunity tasks awarded during September under the Networx Universal contract.

Verizon adds new feature to Networx contract

Verizon has won a contract modification on Networx that lets it to sell LAN management.

Six companies up for $25 million in USDA contracts

The Agriculture Department awarded six companies the chance to compete for contracts worth up to $25 million to enhance the security of USDA's technology.

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