Rivada awarded contract by U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Rivada Port Graham Solutions, LLC (RPGS), a Joint Venture between Rivada Networks of Colorado Springs, CO and Port Graham Development Corporation (PGDC) of Palmer, AK, is pleased to announce it has been selected by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), as part of a 5-year multiple-award IDIQ with a total contract ceiling of $3B to provide a full array of communications products, infrastructure and services. Significantly, RPGS is one of only four small businesses to receive this designation.

“We are honored to be a part of this critically important project to support DHS’s innovative communications efforts,” Declan Ganley, Chairman and CEO of Rivada said. “This is an exciting opportunity for Rivada to deliver greater efficiency and innovation to DHS as we continue our focus on leading edge public safety and emergency communications solutions, and Rivada’s innovative dynamic spectrum arbitrage/DSMTPA technology solutions”

“The Joint Venture between PGDC and Rivada continues to bring agile, cost effective and innovative solutions to the federal marketplace” Jon Shepherd, President of PGDC said. “We are obviously pleased with the opportunity to support DHS and its partner agencies in meeting their critical mission needs.”

Rivada Port Graham Solutions was selected to deliver products and services under Technical Category 3 (Infrastructure Services), and Technical Category 4 (O&M Services). The contracts will be available for utilization by DHS and its components. The contracts, with wide ranging scope, will also be available for utilization by DHS partner agencies and their subordinate components, including the White House Communications Agency (WHCA), Department of Interior, Department of State, and Department of Justice.
Rivada Networks delivers leading edge wireless and LTE broadband solutions for its customers nationwide. Port Graham Development Corporation is a leading provider of communications and signal intelligence solutions.

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