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Verizon Executives Discuss Efforts to Develop New Technologies for Federal Customers

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Verizon Executives Discuss Efforts to Develop New Technologies for Federal Customers

Executives from Verizon recently shared details of advanced technologies the company is developing to support its public sector customers.

Verizon has been engaged in developing solutions to address several government needs, including addressing cyberthreats and ways agencies can take advantage of 5G and futureG.

Speaking at the recent EDGE24@CES, Michael Adams, associate vice president for Verizon’s federal civilian business, said the telecommunications provider has been a constant partner for federal and public sector agencies, securing more than $1 billion in contract value over the last two years. Adams, a 4×24 member and past POC speaker, also discussed how security and discretion are integrated into their processes when providing services to government customers, Verizon said.

Other senior leaders present at the event include Lamont Copeland, senior director for federal solutions architecture; Bryan Schromsky, managing partner for 5G public sector; and Jimmy English, senior director for federal public safety.

The telecom company has been a constant collaborator of the U.S. government. It partnered with the U.S. Navy in December 2023 to provide voice and data services to service members outside and inside the continental U.S. It also worked with the Department of Veterans Affairs to connect veterans to essential services.

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