Justice deal competition rises

The Justice Department, acting on behalf of the IWN Program Office, which includes the Homeland Security and Treasury departments as principal participants, will choose from among five vendor teams to award the Integrated Wireless Network contract in a $10 billion competition.

Vendor teams led by AT&T Corp., Boeing Co., General Dynamics Corp., Lockheed Martin Corp., and Motorola Inc. must describe how they would replace the government's patchwork of law enforcement radio systems with a seamless voice and data network.

When complete, the project will extend federal wireless system coverage across hundreds of miles of trackless border territory, as well as into the centers of cities and towns nationwide.

 

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