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AT&T’s public sector sales, consisting primarily of government and education customers, totaled nearly $15 billion in 2016. The organization provides information and communications technologies to government and education customers across federal, state, local and international public sector markets.
Kapoor, who has led AT&T’s federal business for four years, will be president of the new group. Kapoor led AT&T’s public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), announced last week. The Department of Commerce and FirstNet selected AT&T to build and manage the first broadband network dedicated to America’s first responders.
“This is an important focus area for AT&T,” said Kapoor. “Our public sector and education customers are a top priority. By bringing all public sector teams together, we can improve the value and partnership we offer to these customers.”