Three contractors win $200M VA contract for mobile technologies

Companies will provide mobile devices, wireless services

Three companies have won a $200 million task order contract with the Veterans Affairs Department to provide mobile devices and cellular wireless services including voice, text and data services.

The winners of the contracts are:

  • Cellco Partnership
  • AT&T Mobility
  • A&T Systems Inc.

Under the firm-fixed-price contract, these three companies will provide wireless services including cellular phones without data, as well as data-using phones like Blackberry phones and smartphone devices, according to Deltek.

Work will be performed across the continental United States, in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and at locations outside of the United States.

The awards were announced on


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