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A&T Systems wins Multi-Million Dollar Project

January 4, 2005

A&T Systems Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Project by U.S. Postal Service. Contract to support the Mail Processing Infrastructure program

A&T Systems, Inc. announced that it has received award from the United States Postal Service of a contract for upgrading the existing base band local area network wiring at mail processing plants to meet current wiring standards for “USPS structured wiring”. It includes pre-installation, installation, and post installation activities necessary for successful structured wiring implementation. The USPS has named this wiring effort the Mail Processing Infrastructure (MPI) program.

The scope of the contract includes purchase, installation and certification of the Category 6 unshielded, twisted pair (UTP) and fiber optic cabling, along with all supporting conduits, connectors, telecommunications outlets, patch panels, and cabinets. USPS will initially start of with modernizing 20 sites and then intends to expand the effort to 76 identified sites.

“It is very rewarding to win such an important infrastructure development contract for the USPS, based on our strong past performance with other clients,” said Dr. Ashok K. Thareja, CEO of A&T Systems “We view the USPS MPI project as another opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to delivering dependable, high quality services and we look forward to a long relationship with the USPS.”

A&T Systems has teamed with subcontractors Anixter, Integrated Electrical Services and Communication Supply Corporation to supply products and services needed for this contract.

About A&T Systems, Inc.:

A&T Systems Inc. is a 20-year old company specializing in Information Technology Solutions, Telecom and e-Solutions, Professional Services and Healthcare services. Customers include most of the agencies of the Federal Government, State and Local Governments as well as commercial enterprise.

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