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iSYS awarded $84 million wireless management contract by TSA
WidePoint Corp., a specialist in wireless mobility management and cyber-security solutions, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, iSYS LLC, has been awarded a contract to provide wireless management services to TSA.
The contract, which includes a one-year base and four option years, is valued at approximately $84 million for its five-year life cycle including all option periods, said WidePoint in a press release it issued on September 23..
"We are very happy for the opportunity to continue our support at TSA," said Jin Kang, president of iSYS. "Having provided telecom expense management services to TSA since 2006, iSYS looks forward to the expanded scope of mobile management services we will provide to further support TSA's vital mission."
iSYS mobile management solutions combine industry expertise with the company's proprietary Intelligent Telecommunication Management System (ITMS) that meets Department of Defense Gold Disk Standards for IT security. iSYS manages more wireless devices for more federal government agencies than any other provider, says the releaser.
iSYS expense management programs enable clients to gain visibility and control of wireless and telecom costs and establish standardized procurement and management procedures for wireless assets. iSYS wireless management solutions also support numerous state and local agencies, enabling clients to gain customized insight into procurement optimization, compliance, invoice management, usage details and service activation.
WidePoint's CEO, Steve Komar, said, "This award confirms iSYS' leadership within the Federal TEM market space. It also marks an expansion of the TEM services at TSA, which we presently provide. It's heartening to see the Federal Government's continued use of TEM services to improve efficiency, streamline services and manage expenses."