WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has selected Rivada Port Graham Solutions as a service provider under its Tactical Communications Equipment and Services II (TACCOM II) Multi-Agency Contract.
TACCOM II is an indefinite-quantity, indefinite-delivery (IDIQ) contract vehicle scheduled to run for up to five years. Under an IDIQ, awardees have the opportunity to compete with other awardees for task orders to provide goods and services to the agencies authorized to order from the MAC contract. All federal agencies with an authority to order can solicit tactical-communications equipment and services through TACCOM II, which has a maximum budget of $3 billion.
TACCOM II, as the name implies, is DHS’s follow-up to TACCOM, which ran through 2017. Rivada Port Graham Solutions was the second-most successful vendor under the original TACCOM, and the most successful small business awardee.
“We are proud of our track record under TACCOM,” said Declan Ganley, Chairman and CEO of Rivada Networks, “and we’re honored to have the opportunity to continue to serve the tactical-communications needs of our vital federal agencies under TACCOM II.”
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Rivada Port Graham Solutions, also known as RPGS, is an SBA-certified small business. RPGS is a joint venture between Port Graham Development Corporation and Rivada Networks. Established in 2004, RPGS specializes in the engineering, design and implementation of communications systems for the US Department of Homeland security and other public safety agencies.
Rivada Networks is a leading designer, integrator and operator of wireless, interoperable communications networks. Its patented open access wireless technology drives more efficient utilization of 4G and 5G networks, enabling new business models for commercial wireless service, including wholesale, machine-to-machine communications, and the Internet of Things.