Par Technology to Help US Govt Agency Run Broadcasting Station in Northern Mariana Islands

The Broadcasting Board of Governors has awarded Par Technology a five-year, $13.8 million contract for operations and maintenance support to the Robert E. Kamosa Transmitting Station located in the Northern Mariana Islands.

PAR subsidiary Rome Research Corp. will work to transmit U.S. government-backed news programs such as Voice of America and Radio Free Asia as well as maintain the station’s equipment and facilities, the company said Tuesday.

BBG aims to inform, connect and engage people across the globe through the agency’s network of five media organizations.

PAR offers engineering, technical and computer-based system design services to federal civilian and defense agencies through the company’s ‘s government business unit.

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