Emergency Responder Radio System as a Service

The Gordon County Board of Commissioners will be accepting sealed written proposals from qualified vendors to provide a radio system for emergency responders, E-911 dispatch, and local government officials that is provided as a “managed service” by the vendor. Gordon County defines an emergency responder radio system as a “managed service” as system where the vendor will install and maintain the communications infrastructure (including towers and antennas) and maintain the system for continuous operation. The managed system must consist of multiple communications sites that are all connected and backed up with redundant systems in the event of catastrophic events or power outages.

If you choose to submit a proposal for this service and products, the County requires the vendor submit two (2) sealed original and copy printed proposal/proposals (faxes not accepted).  Your sealed proposal/proposal must be marked, “Radio System as a Managed Service”, and be delivered to the Gordon County Administration Building at 201 N. Wall Street, Calhoun, Georgia 30701 no later than 2:00 p.m. on March 24, 2021.

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Author: Martin Vaughn

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