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Integrated Wireless Network (IWN) Program


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General Dynamics
: 20 April, 2007  (New Product)
The Department of Justice has selected General Dynamics C4 Systems to implement nationwide, interoperable wireless communications services to department field agents as part of the Integrated Wireless Network (IWN) program. The IWN program is expected to be a multi-billion-dollar effort over 15 years, with all options exercised.
The IWN program is a joint effort of the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security and Treasury to provide secure, interoperable wireless communications that support the missions of the respective federal agencies. IWN will provide a range of secure and reliable wireless communications services, including voice, data and multimedia, to support federal law enforcement, homeland security and first responder operations. IWN will implement solutions to provide federal agency interoperability with appropriate links to state, local and tribal public safety and homeland security entities.

'General Dynamics is committed to providing a secure, interoperable network infrastructure that will meet the nationwide communications requirements for first response, law enforcement, protective services and homeland security efforts,' said Chris Marzilli, president, General Dynamics C4 Systems. 'We understand the critical nature of this assignment and look forward to continuing to work with the Department of Justice and other federal agencies in implementing wireless ommunications services as part of the Integrated Wireless Network (IWN) Program
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