WidePoint Corporation (NYSE: WYY), a leading provider of Trusted Mobility Management (TM2) specializing in Cybersecurity and Telecommunication Expense Management (TEM) solutions, today announced an award of Option Year 2 task order modification for cellular wireless managed services by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for approximately $9.3 million.
Mr. Jin Kang, Chief Executive Officer of WidePoint, stated, “As the sole awardee of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cellular Wireless Management Services (CWMS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), WidePoint is pleased to see the high level of continued execution of option year renewals and follow-on task orders from our DHS clients. Our services help DHS component agencies realize significant cost savings, increased visibility and accountability, all goals of the Office of Budget and Management (OBM). As WidePoint expands our focus to deliver services for additional Federal Departments and Agencies, we are excited to showcase our TM2 Framework and the enhanced solutions that we provide to the public sector.”
WidePoint’s TM2 Framework is built around the intersection of WidePoint’s proprietary Telecom Lifecycle Management, Identity Management, and Mobility Management solutions with added architecture to provide a trusted environment with enhanced confidentiality and secure access.
Mr. Todd Dzyak, President and CEO of WidePoint Integrated Solutions Corporation and WidePoint Solutions Corporation, further added, “We are honored to provide exceptional telecom lifecycle management services to ICE and to have an additional option year on this contract. As we continue to design and add enhancements to our TM2 Framework, we remain committed to delivering maximum efficiency and value for our clients, while expanding functionality that reaches well beyond our core TEM offering.”
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