TeleCommunication Systems has won a potential $20 million contract to perform information technology support services for several agencies in the city of Baltimore.
The contract contains two base years and three extension options covering one-year increments, TCS said Friday.
Mike Bristol, TCS senior vice president and president of government solutions group, said the company has provided the city technical services for 15 years.
The company will help the mayor’s IT office develop an online database and secure local and wide area networks across the city.
According to TCS, its program managers administer IT services on-site as part of the firm’s TotalCom portfolio.
The suite is comprised of communications technology and managed services for Internet protocol-based voice, data and video platforms intended for fixed and remote sites.