Oceus CEO Randy Fuerst Sees Potential FirstNet Gains From Public-Private Tie-Ups
Released on: December 18, 2014, 2:07 pm (EST)
Tysons Corner, Virginia, December 18, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Executive Mosaic, Tysons Corner, VA December 17, 2014 – Newly promoted Oceus CEO Randy Fuerst said tapping into industry’s resources could provide the boost the government needs to build FirstNet’s deployment and infrastructure capabilities, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.
The chief executive told EBiz that the experiences Oceus is gaining as one of the subcontractors in New Jersey’s LTE public safety network is already helping establish the firm as a key FirstNet framework consultant.
“A public-private partnership business model has the potential to give FirstNet the additional financial resources to make this network a reality by expanding the $7 billion grant from Congress several-fold over the next five to 10 years,” he added.
Click here for more on Fuerst’s views on broadband and its role in government, as well as the future of mobile and its security challenges.
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