AT&T will no longer protest a Census Bureau contract to provide mobile devices for workers for the 2020 Census, according to an official from a congressional watchdog agency.
In a letter dated Nov. 8, a Census official told the Government Accountability Office (GAO) that AT&T would no longer contest the $283 million mobile contract awarded to CDW-G, a GAO official involved in the protest told Nextgov. Instead, the companies reached an agreement in which AT&T would assist CDW-G in Census operations as a subcontractor, the Census official wrote.
The resolution of the mobile contract dispute allows work to resume on preparations for the 2020 Census, which are already far behind schedule.
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