GSA Renews Waveband Communications’ Approved Vendor Status

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration has renewed Waveband Communications’ designation as an approved vendor of communications products to the public sector.

This will allow Waveband to continue offering its two-way radio communication accessories including headsets and antennas through GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule GS35F228BA contract vehicle, the company said Saturday.

The company’s products have met original equipment manufacturer standards and are available for U.S. military members via Army Post Office and Fleet Post Office shipping options.

“Waveband is committed to providing high-quality critical radio communications products that meet the strict communication needs of our military, law enforcement, emergency, government agencies, and commercial customers, all while simplifying the buying process,” said Nick Hohman, vice president at Waveband.

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