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NY five-county consortium to spend over $100 million on radio systems

It looks like the five-county consortium of Onondaga, Oswego, Madison, Cortland, and Cayuga counties of New York will be moving one step closer to interoperable communications. Cayuga County is set to release a solicitation in the upcoming week for a UHF Radio Communications System (GovWin Opportunity #50000). The system, originally estimated at $23.3 million, will include 1,837 radios and 1,172 pagers. Cayuga County will be the third of the five-county consortium to move in the direction of interoperable communications purchasing. Onondaga County signed a $35 million contract with Motorola and is set to go live in the fall. Madison County also signed a $20 million contract with Motorola. Cortland County is in the process of working with Federal Engineering to design a new narrow-band interoperable communications system estimated at $20 million, which may go out to bid in the next year (GovWin Opportunity #57896). Oswego County is also in the process of working with Langone & Associates and Charles Gabriel to develop a new radio communications system, estimated at $21.6 million, which may go out to bid before year's end (GovWin Opportunity #42248). More information on the latest news surrounding each of these projects can be found through the links attached.

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