OCC Taps DMI for Managed Mobility Services

DMI EbizDigital Management Inc. has secured a contract to operate, review and deploy managed mobility services for the Treasury Department's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

DMI will work to negotiate prices of Wi-Fi and mobile devices, mobile hotspots, and voice and data plans on behalf of OCC through the General Services Administration's Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative contract vehicle, the company said Tuesday.

The contract also covers DMI's cloud-based mobility-as-a-Service, Standard Provisioning Model and its containerized platform.

The company's Standard Provisioning Model is a process used to carry out enrollment, pre-ordering and ordering operations.

DMI’s containerized system is a Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2-certified tool that works to provide secure access to email, contacts and other confidential data.

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