A&T Systems supported DHHS and its various operational divisions (OpDivs) on a number of different projects.

A&T Systems provides unique cradle-to-grave managed wireless mobility solutions to DHHS with a comprehensive multi-carrier capability. Currently providing support to NIH & CDC’s emergency response operations, A&T assists them in carrying out day-to-day tasks by managing wireless accounts. In partnership with T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, Moftware and RIM, A&T Systems has developed this unique program. It is supporting DHHS teams on mission critical operations by providing 24/7/365 International coverage & support for wireless roaming voice and data services. Our real world experience, including knowledge of local carriers, ordering, processing and familiarity with tariff issues allows A&T Systems to support a wide range of voice and data applications both here and abroad.

A&T Systems supported the FDA for their Center for Devices and Radiological Health MedWatch Program. This program for CDRH allows for the public and healthcare providers to report adverse events involving radiological devices for dissemination on the internet.

A&T Systems is currently supporting FDA for Mobile Device Management requirements. Using a solution from our partner Boxtone, FDA is able to monitor activities of all of their mobile devices including BlackBerrys, iPhones and Androids.

Many of these solutions are available on our ECS III contract, a Government Wide Acquisition Contract managed by NIH.

Public Information and Communication Services

Scope Wide range of 19 communication service task areas for developing, producing, and distributing science and health messages that are grouped into four categories:

  1. Communication and Outreach
  2. Materials Development and Distribution
  3. Graphic Design, Web, and Database
  4. Exhibit Support



A&T Systems provides a wide range of communication services on the NIH Public Information and Communication Services (PICS) contract that provides services including:

  • Content development phases: full-service advertising—from research to graphic design/writing and publication
  • Platforms: from traditional print materials through website, television, radio, and social media
  • Support: media analysis, market targeting, information referral and tracking, translation, websites, IT and database for electronic distribution, exhibits and events, and warehouses and physical distribution
  • Types/forums: scientific and health-related documents, advertisements, training, public service announcements, blogs, newsletters, meetings and conferences, brochures, advocacy materials