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Chartis continues success on DOI FieldCom

Chartis Federal won its seventh task order under the Department of the Interior (DOI) Field Communications (FieldCom) multiple-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle. These projects help DOI and its Bureaus maintain and enhance critical communications infrastructure and devices while ensuring field personnel have access to communications capabilities that help coordinate mission operations and ensure personnel safety.

The team installed new mobile radios in National Park Service fleet vehicles that support law enforcement and emergency operations at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. “Our matrixed team of technicians can support any field communications project across the U.S.,” says Wesley Fraser, Director of Operations for Chartis. “We help DOI, NPS, and other agencies extend the usable life span of their communications equipment while ensuring high-quality service.”

Chartis and its team won the first FieldCom task order to install an Iridium satellite communications antenna at the Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center in West Virginia. That was followed up four task orders for the National Park Service to perform infrastructure upgrades, coverage surveys, and device programming and installations at sites across the country, including Assateague Island National Seashore in Maryland and Gateway Arch National Park in Missouri. Under a Bureau of Land Management task order, the team is performing two radio tower analysis projects in Colorado.

Chartis’ matrixed team of radio technicians are stationed across the country, providing support to all states and territories. These highly trained specialists perform onsite maintenance and repairs, install and test new capabilities, an even deploy with Federal personnel during emergency operations to support communications needs.

About Chartis Federal: Chartis Federal is a systems engineering and integration firm that specializes in mission-critical IT and communications for law enforcement, homeland security, and defense. We have served as the prime contractor for over $116M of task order awards, and today have more than 100 staff in 18 states providing services and solutions across the globe. With year-over-year growth, Chartis has been a member of the Washington Technology FAST 50 two times and ranked on the Inc. 5000 five consecutive years.


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