AT&T Chooses Porter to Lead Public Sector Businesses
Thursday, February 25, 2021 | Comments

AT&T named Jason Porter to lead its public sector and FirstNet organizations.

Porter will serve as president of public sector and FirstNet, which is inclusive of government solutions and all federal, state, and local government and education customers. Additionally, Porter will continue to lead AT&T’s FirstNet business charged with providing first responders with the advanced communications capabilities they depend on. This includes responsibility for delivering on the 25-year public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority), which represents the largest government contract to ever be awarded to a telecommunications provider.

He’s held numerous leadership roles during his AT&T tenure across its chief data office, network and technology planning, cybersecurity and has a successful track record of introducing and maturing emerging technologies, transforming businesses and serving our customers.

Jason graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a bachelor’s degree in engineering. He earned a master’s of business administration (MBA) from Regis University. He served in the U.S. Army as an armor officer, leading a tank platoon and mortar platoon.

Would you like to comment on this story? Find our comments system below.



 
 
Post a comment
Name: *
Email: *
Title: *
Comment: *
 

Comments

No Comments Submitted Yet

Be the first by using the form above to submit a comment!


Education







Events
April 2021

22 - 22
Webinar: FirstNet — Managing Testing and Vaccination Logistics

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3699512893979933454

June 2021

21 - 25
UTC Telecom and Technology Conference
Portland, Oregon
https://utctelecom.org

August 2021

15 - 18
APCO Conference and Expo
San Antonio, Texas
https://www.apco2021.org

September 2021

27 - 30
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2021
Las Vegas
https://www.iwceexpo.com/

More Events >

Site Navigation

Close