iSYS Receives BPA from Department of Health and Human Services
May 28, 2014
By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributor
iSYS LLC, a subsidiary of WidePoint, has received a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) for telecommunications inventory and expense management solutions (TIEMS).
The award is estimated at up to $47.5 million over the 5-year period of performance.
Officials with WidePoint said this is the company’s second department-level enterprise contract.
“Under the DHHS TIEMS BPA, WidePoint will combine our professional expertise with a customized TIEMS system that together will help DHHS reduce expenses and optimize its telecommunications assets,” said Jin H. Kang, chief operations officer of WidePoint Corporation, in a statement.
Kang said that the company has a great deal of experience serving federal agencies, and it (the company) looks forward to helping DHHS realize savings and increased efficiency.
Steve L. Komar, CEO & chairman of WidePoint Corporation, said that the company is pleased to add the Department of Health and Human Services to the ever-growing list of federal departments and agencies that rely on WidePoint for telecom lifecycle management and managed mobility services.
“As our second Department-wide contract vehicle for telecommunication management, the DHHS Blanket Purchase Agreement provides another opportunity for WidePoint to continue to grow our federal customer base,” said Komar.
Earlier this month, WidePoint Corporation, a provider of managed mobility services featuring enterprise-wide telecommunications management (TLM) and cybersecurity solutions, announced that it has acquired Soft-ex Communications, Ltd., a software provider of telecom data intelligence (TDI (News - Alert)) solutions throughout European and Middle Eastern markets, with headquarters in Dublin, Ireland.
Soft-ex is a supplier of TDI services offered as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) solution that provides unique online data intelligence for communication service providers (CSPs) and their enterprise customers for fixed, mobile, and IP/PABX communications.
Soft-ex delivers visibility and intelligence for the CSP (News - Alert) on their customer base and for their Multinational Corporation (MNC) customers, enabling them to achieve significantly improved cost, performance, and infrastructure management across their global communications infrastructure.
Edited by Maurice Nagle