WidePoint Corporation (NYSE American: WYY), provider of Trusted Mobility Management (TM2) specializing in Telecommunications Lifecycle Management, Identity Management and Bill Presentment & Analytics solutions, was awarded a new Task Order from the U.S. Coast Guard under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cellular Wireless Management Services BPA. The new award has a period of performance of 15 months, consisting of a base period of one year with two option periods. The total award value is in excess of $12 million, if all options periods are exercised.
“WidePoint is honored by this award and is excited to see the Coast Guard expand our successful pilot program across the service branch,” stated Jin Kang, Chief Executive Officer of WidePoint Corporation. “Working with the Coast Guard’s team is a privilege, and we look forward to implementing this program and helping to ensure that the Coast Guard, as with other DHS components, achieves the Cellular Wireless Managed Services BPA’s objectives of increased accountability, operational efficiency and maximizing resource investment.”
Todd Dzyak, President and CEO of WidePoint Integrated Solutions Corporation and WidePoint Solutions Corporation, added: “The scope of work for the Coast Guard builds on the pilot TEM project to encompass full lifecycle support. WidePoint will provide transparency into technical performance, scheduling and cost across all cellular wireless services and related enterprise contractors to facilitate the highest level of service for the Coast Guard. The pilot TEM program established a base of success that will now expand, supported by WidePoint’s secure TM2 framework.”
WidePoint Corporation (NYSE American: WYY) is a leading provider of technology-based management solutions including telecom management, mobile management, access management and identity management. For more information, visit widepoint.com.