Federal Engineering Gains Contract Extension on Maryland Statewide Network
Monday, March 26, 2018 | Comments

The Maryland Department of Information Technology awarded Federal Engineering a four-year contract extension to assist in the completion of the state's statewide public-safety communications system, Maryland FiRST, by providing full-time contract management services through May 2022.

Federal Engineering, first as L.R. Kimball, has supported the implementation of the state’s 700 MHz Project 25 (P25) statewide radio network, Maryland FiRST, since the beginning of the project. Three of five phases of the project are complete, and close to 39,000 public-safety radios are supported statewide. With the extension of the contract, full-time contract management support will continue as the state completes the implementation through 2022.

The consulting firm will assist with managing the state's 700 MHz interoperable radio system contract held by Motorola Solutions and maintain the project schedule and provide status reports to the state’s first responders and public service personnel.

Federal Engineering will work with state personnel and the radio system vendor to ensure compliance with the state's contract terms and conditions and track matters related to the Motorola contract. The company will also provide expert guidance on contract scope, financial matters and guidance on agencies’ contract use.

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