Utah Selects Federal Engineering as Public-Safety Network Consultant
Monday, November 20, 2017 | Comments

Utah has selected Federal Engineering to assist the Utah Communication Authority in preparing a request for proposals (RFP) for a statewide upgrade of its 800 MHz radio system.

The Utah Communications Authority is an independent state agency that provides and maintains the state’s public-safety network for the use of local, state and federal agencies. The state expects to upgrade the existing 800 MHz analog trunked system to a Project 25 (P25) digital trunked system, said Quinton Stephens, general counsel and deputy director for the authority.

Federal Engineering met or exceeded all of the requirements for the RFP, said David Edmunds, the authority’s executive director.

“Federal Engineering has assisted jurisdictions across the country with billions in public-safety mobile radio procurements,” said Ronald F. Bosco, president and CEO of Federal Engineering. “Our proven methodologies and comprehensive RFPs will position Utah to receive a system that meets their needs at an affordable price.”

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