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Our Wireless Mobility Solutions offer:
Some of the most popular solutions include:
Wireless carrier services replaced the expired Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative Wireless Blanket Purchase Agreements. It includes wireless telecommunications carriers and resellers of wireless services in and outside of the contiguous United States, offering:
Mobility Management Services centralizes mobile device management and maintenance, combining security and management solutions for devices, applications, data, and content by:
Download the EMM functional requirements [DOCX - 86 KB]. The Federal CIO Council tasked the Federal Mobility Group (FMG) with improving cybersecurity, governance, and accountability for federal mobile device usage and programs. Read the Federal Mobility Metrics Working Group report An Overview of the Mobile Security Ecosystem [PDF] here.
The computing power, storage, networking capabilities, and sensory features on mobile devices can leave them open to malware that collects or compromises sensitive data. Mobile application management makes sure user-requested or agency-developed mobile applications meet your security requirements, offering:
Mobile Application Management services include:
Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) — offers mobile application development and delivery services, including the tools to develop, integrate, test, and publish mobile applications
Security requirements for mobile apps — the Protection Profile from the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) establishes baseline mobile application security profiles across the federal government.
Use the Mobile Application Playbook [PDF - 2 MB] to guide you through the security application's design and lifecycle, and learn more about current and emerging threats and recommendations on security upgrades in this Department of Homeland Security mobile device security report.
Internet of Things and Other/Mobile Services include services not commonly used across agency enterprises due to unique usage, features, niche application, or legacy technology requirements.
Combine SINs to meet your requirements or try a blanket purchase agreement to easily fill recurring needs. You can also set aside the requirement for one or more socio-economic categories including but not limited to small businesses, veteran-owned businesses, and women-owned businesses.
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