The Police ICT Company has awarded its national Airwave terminal procurement framework contract to radio manufacturers Motorola Solutions and Sepura.
The framework is designed to offer a centrally managed solution which, according to the Police ICT Company, will “free forces of the burden of individually letting and re-letting stand-alone Public Contract Regulation compliant contracts.”
Speaking of the announcement, Police ICT Company CEO, Ian Bell, said: “This is excellent news for the police service and its public sector partners, who will also have access to the framework. It ensures full price transparency and lowest cost across the supply chain over the course of the framework agreement.
“In addition to the clear and immediate benefits of significant efficiencies and discounts to forces, the fact that the Police ICT Company will manage the contract with Motorola and Sepura on their behalf will help streamline governance, reduce collective contract management burden and drive commonality.”
Fergus Mayne, Motorola Solutions´ sales director for UK and Ireland, said: "We are pleased to be part of the National Airwave Terminal Framework contract with the Police ICT Company to provide police forces with a very competitive offering of a wide range of devices and solutions for their mission-critical communications needs, including handheld, mobile and covert digital radio terminal options. Our portfolio is designed for the specific needs of police forces.”
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