Radiocoms Awarded MoD PMR Service Contract

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

The contract focuses on modernising both radio hardware and infrastructure for the MoD

Radiocoms Systems Limited (Radiocoms), UK’s leading independent communications supplier specialising in the design, commissioning, deployment, and maintenance of wireless voice, video and data networks, has signed a five year contract with the UK Ministry of Defence. The award, won through a competitive tender, signifies another significant increase in business for Radiocoms.

The contract focuses on modernising both radio hardware and infrastructure for the MoD. Working with Strategic Radio services, part of the Strategic Systems team within Defence Digital Radiocoms dedicated team will apply their operational and technical understanding to provide:

  • Independent, requirement analysis and management
  • Acceptance planning, product deployment and training
  • An effective and Value For Money route to procurement

Mark Blythe, Managing Director, “We are delighted to have been selected to work with the MoD on this contract. Radiocoms has an experienced team which understand the complex requirements of the many different MoD requirements. Having worked with the MoD for over fifteen years, we look forward to developing this relationship even further in the coming years.

Paul Jenkins, MoD Senior Account Manager, “As proud supporters of the British Armed Forces this contract award marks a significant step up for Radiocoms in its support services and delivery to the MoD. A key aspect of this service requirement was to remain technology neutral, and this is something that we pride ourselves on.”

Radio Team Lead, MoD, “Radiocoms have supported Defence on a number of overseas deployed capabilities and have built a strong reputation for delivering a technology neutral (full market) and  well supported PMR product base, so I look forward to the team now having the opportunity to support the wider defence requirement both in the UK and overseas.”