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WidePoint Awarded $3.9M in Federal Business Awards and New Commercial Contracts

WidePoint Corporation announced on Wednesday the award of several new contracts and renewals with federal and commercial clients.

WidePoint received new contracts and option year contract renewals valued at approximately $2 million from the US Department of Homeland Security, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Institutes of Health.

The company also entered into agreements valued at up to $1.9 million from six commercial customers, which include a major insurance company, a healthcare organization, and several other technology companies that will utilize the ITMS™ Telecom Lifecycle Management platform, which manages a client’s telecommunications assets, services, contracts, and invoices.

Jason Holloway, chief sales and marketing officer of WidePoint, said in a statement that the awards highlight the company’s “positive momentum” towards an expanded government and commercial customer base.

“We are seeing the first examples of having successfully positioned ourselves to demonstrate the unique and trusted value our services bring to both current and new federal clients as we move into the busy federal contracting period. Rounding out these recent successes, we are also currently in the process of aggressively implementing our TLM solution to six recently contracted new commercial market clients,” said Holloway.

WidePoint announced last month that the company has received approval to issue ECA PIV-I credentials, a government-approved identify credential which give organizations multi-factor authentication, digital signature, and encryption capabilities.

“With our recent ECA PIV-I Agreement and Certificate-on-Device™ derived credentialing capabilities, we now offer secure credentials that can be used for multiple purposes across federal agencies for a multitude of different users with varied security needs, while our ITMS™ platform manages and supports the mobile devices that will require these same security features,” said Steve L. Komar, chief executive officer of WidePoint.

WidePoint is a leading provider of secure, cloud-delivered, enterprise-wide information technology-based solutions that can enable enterprises and agencies to deploy fully compliant IT services in accordance with government-mandated regulations and advanced system requirements.

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