FEDERAL CONTRACT PROFILES

TacCom

Flick user: The U.S. Army

The TacCom procurement vehicle is the result of a joint Efficiency Review and Strategic Sourcing initiative within the Department of Homeland Security with the aim of modernizing the procurement process of mobile technologies.

TacCom works to leverage economies of scale to provide DHS employees access to a wide array of new and existing tactical communication technologies and services needed for the agency to deliver on mission efficiently and under budget. In this research from the Government Business Council and Government Executive, you will find an analysis of the benefits and goals of TacCom, a complete catalog of purchases available through TacCom and a full list of pre-approved TacCom vendors.

Please register to download:
 
  • Government Business Council's TacCom Report
  • Government Executive's Federal Contract Profile of TacCom

 

Click Here to also view our on-demand webcast, TacCom: Modernizing Mobile Procurement.

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