DHS Awards WidePoint $5M Follow-On Order for Wireless Services
WidePoint Corp. [WYY] has received a follow-on task order from the Department of Homeland Security valued at more than $4.6 million to deliver cellular wireless managed services to department headquarters. The base period for the award covers March through November. The award was made under the DHS Cellular Wireless Management Services Blanket Purchase Agreement.
CBP Awards Envisage $3M Extension for ACADIS Software
Customs and Border Protection plans to award Envisage Technologies a one-year, $3.4 million contract bridge for ACADIS software licensing and maintenance to continue operation of current software to manage academies for the agency and the Federal Protective Service. The software services 20 academies and more than 700 locations for CBP and FPS. CBP says the software is the only known data management software written specifically to manage legally required training for law enforcement agents. Envisage originally won the contract on April 1, 2013 and it expires on April 1, 2018. The extension will run through March 31, 2019. CBP will use the next year to determine whether to shift to a different law enforcement training data system or remain with the ACADIS system for the long-term.
Mercury Systems Gets $2M Subcontract for Homeland Security Application
Mercury Systems [MRCY] says it has received a $2.2 million follow-on order from a defense prime contractor for wideband millimeter wave transceiver subsystems integrated into a high-resolution imaging system for a homeland security application. The system and customer were not disclosed. Mercury says its technology is being used to deploy as part of a system to “protect travelers worldwide from concealed threats in highly trafficked environments.”