WidePoint Corp. has announced that its subsidiary, iSYS, LLC, has been awarded the second option period contract to provide mobile telecom expense management services (TEMS) to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
McLean, Virginia-based iSYS is a provider of telecom management services, and has delivered innovative Information Technology solutions to U.S. Federal, State and Local government agencies and commercial clients since 1999.
With iSYS mobile expense management solutions, government agencies can gain insight into procurement optimization, compliance, invoice management, usage details and service activation. Steve Komar, CEO and chairman at WidePoint, said iSYS delivers a substantial ROI to all of the company’s government clients, enabling each agency to maximize budgets and mobile resources.
Jin Kang, president of iSYS, noted that TSA is at the forefront of federal government agencies implementing innovative mobile management solutions at the enterprise level, and iSYS has been providing mobile TEM services to TSA since 2006.
The company looks forward to another year of supporting TSA and is committed to improving government efficiency by helping to implement cost savings and optimization strategies, Kang said.
The new second option period award has a contract value of approximately $11.6 million dollars over the coming 12 months. The option award brings the total contract value to around $33 million dollars if all options are exercised.
Company officials said this reception is the second of four one-year option periods of the contract's total five-year period.
“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,” Komar said.
WidePoint is a specialist in providing telecommunications management and cybersecurity solutions using its advanced information technology products and services. The company has several wholly-owned subsidiaries holding major government and commercial contracts.
Recently, the company announced a dependable, integrated, mobile device management (MDM) solution, part of its proprietary cloud-based Telecommunication Lifecycle Management service.
Edited by Braden Becker