On November 30, 2021, a Request for Proposal (RFP) was released for a Statewide Public Safety Interoperable Communication System to replace the existing Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM).
The State of Wisconsin as represented by the Department of Administration (DOA) on behalf of the Department of Military Affairs’ (DMA), Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) requests proposals for the provision of a 7/800 MHz P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2 trunked radio statewide interoperable radio network for use by first responders and daily users (RFP #MA220911).
Responses to the RFP for the Statewide Public Safety Interoperable Communications System are due March 29, 2022. A copy of the RFP is located on the State of Wisconsin eSupplier portal at: https://esupplier.wi.gov/psp/esupplier/SUPPLIER/ERP/c/WI_SS_SELF_SERVICE.WI_SS_BIDDER_PAGE.?&Page=WI_SS_BIDDER_PAGE&Action=U&WI_SS_EVENT_NBR=12055
The RFP will be conducted within state procurement policies to ensure a fair, competitive, objective, and accountable process.
All communications regarding this RFP must go through the DOA Procurement Manager:
IT Acquisitions Consultant/Administrator
DOA, State Bureau of Procurement