WidePoint Subsidiary iSYS Awarded New Order for U.S. Courts System Third Consecutive FSSI Task Order

WidePoint Corporation, a leading provider of advanced information technology, identity assurance and protection, and mobile telecom expense management (TEM) solutions, said today that its wholly-owned subsidiary iSYS, LLC has received its third consecutive Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative (FSSI) Task Order award covering an initial implementation of an enterprise wireless TEM solution for the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals. The U.S. Courts system represents a customer base of up to 15, 000 users when fully implemented. Based upon past performance metrics for customers of this size, this opportunity could represent recurring, annual revenues of up to $12 million dollars when fully deployed.

Jin Kang, president of iSYS, said, “We are currently in the implementation stages to provide our wireless telecom expense management services to the U.S. Courts system. Based on our experience with other federal agencies, we expect the U.S. Courts system to recognize substantial savings in telecommunications expenses while gaining full life cycle management and reporting capability.”

WidePoint CEO Steve Komar commented, “The addition of the U.S. Courts system to our customer base further demonstrates the success we are achieving within the federal sector. We are confident that, as a result of discussions with a host of other agencies, our customer roster will become even more robust as we move into fiscal year 2010.”

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