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November 02, 2012

iSYS Delivers TEMS to Transportation Security Administration



iSYS, a wholly owned subsidiary of WidePoint, has been awarded the second option period contract to provide mobile Telecom Expense Management Services (TEMS) to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

This is the second of four one-year option periods of the contract's total five-year period and brings the total contract value to about $33 million dollars if all options are exercised.

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WidePoint, a provider of cloud-based telecommunications life-cycle and trusted cybersecurity management, notes that the second option period award has a contract value of about $11.6 million dollars.

“As Federal, State and Local government agencies continue to seek solutions for managing and optimizing their mobile capabilities and inventories, it is rewarding to see that our TEM solution continues to be the preferred choice of agencies seeking a secure, cost-effective solution,” said Steve Komar, WidePoint CEO & chairman.

Government agencies can leverage mobile expense management solutions from iSYS to gain insight into procurement optimization, compliance, invoice management, usage details and service activation.

WidePoint claims iSYS TEMS solutions have delivered up to 65 percent NET (News - Alert) savings on mobile budgets to numerous federal agencies, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).

iSYS has also helped many state and local government agencies with its TEM services.

"iSYS has been providing mobile TEM services to TSA since 2006. We look forward to another year of supporting TSA and are committed to improving government efficiency by helping to implement cost savings and optimization strategies," added Jin Kang, president of iSYS.

WidePoint was in news last month for expanding its proprietary Telecommunication Lifecycle Management solution.




Edited by Brooke Neuman
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