Speedcast Government gets spot on $3.0B DHS TacCom II contract

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) selected Speedcast Government as one of multiple awardees under the Tactical Communications Equipment and Services II (TacCom II) contract vehicle with a total ceiling value of $3.0 Billion over its 5-year term, the Gaithersburg, MD-based company announced July 2.

TacCom II is designed to provide federal agencies with access to the latest tools and technologies. The contract vehicle features equipment (radios, infrastructure and satellite solutions) and services (systems integration, installation, engineering, and operations and maintenance) to ensure end-to-end transmission of mission-critical data. The equipment and services offered through the contract vehicle can be used for all types of missions including maritime, airborne and land-based. 

“Speedcast Government is honored to have been selected as an awardee under the TacCom II vehicle. We are committed to bringing leading-edge technologies, equipment, network and technical services to support DHS and its end users on this important program,” said Moe Abutaleb, CEO of Speedcast Government.

Source: Speedcast Government