Capitol Architect to Host Industry Day on Legislative Call System Dev’t Project

The Architect of the Capitol plans to host an industry day on Jan. 24 to discuss an upcoming project to design, build, install and commission a legislative call system for Congress.

AOC said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday the future congressional LCS will be designed with fully functional components such as clocks, a radio frequency transmitter and call receivers and should operate with broadcasting devices such as smart phones and TV channel displays.

The architect also looks to develop a mobile LCS version equipped with a non-radio frequency encryption tool to secure wireless communications in the House and Senate.

Interested businesses can register through Jan. 17 via email to participate in the event.

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