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WidePoint Corporation (NYSEAMERICAN:WYY) reported an award of Option Year II task order change for cellular wireless managed services by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for around $9.3 million.

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Jin Kang, the CEO of WidePoint, expressed that as the sole awardee of the DHS Cellular Wireless Management Services Blanket Purchase Agreement, the company is delighted to witness the high level of continued implementation of option year renewals and consequent task orders from their DHS clients.

The services assist DHS component agencies understand significant cost savings, increased accountability and visibility, all objectives of the Office of Budget and Management. As WidePoint expands their focus to offer services for further Federal Departments and Agencies, they are thrilled to demonstrate their TM2 Framework and the improved solutions that they offer to the public segment.

WidePoint’s TM2 Framework is manufactured around the intersection of company’s proprietary Telecom Lifecycle Management Mobility Management and Identity Management solutions with added framework to offer a trusted environment with enhanced secure access and confidentiality.

Todd Dzyak further stated that they are honored to offer remarkable telecom lifecycle management facilities to ICE and to have an additional alternative year on this deal. As they continue to design and add improvements to their TM2 Framework, they remain committed to offering maximum value and efficiency for their customers, while expanding functionality that extends well beyond their core TEM offering. WidePoint is a major provider of technology-based management offerings.

In unrelated news, WidePoint posted year-to-date corporate highlights as the end of Q3 2017 and the U.S. Federal FY2017. The company has been awarded over $43.8 million in telecom management deal awards, modifications and extensions with the numerous U.S. federal agencies and departments. It has even renewed and executed many contracts to offer telecom managed services within the insurance, technology, commercial finance, consumer products, healthcare, automotive and airline industries.

WidePoint re-signed a three-year contract valued at around $1.5 million yearly to offer analytics and billing for Three Ireland. Kang expressed that their efforts and actions year-to-date are yielding results.

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