Futron awarded spot on DoDEA Interactive Flat Panel IDIQ
Futron Incorporated was one of four companies who received an award on the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) Enterprise Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. DoDEA created this IDIQ vehicle to facilitate procurement, delivery, installation, and support for DoDEA schools worldwide.
“Futron is excited to partner with SMART Technologies to bring interactive learning capabilities to DoDEA students across the globe,” Futron’s President Matt Qureshi said. “Futron has a long history partnering with SMART Technologies to provide technology solutions supporting educational missions.”
We partnered with SMART Technologies as the leading manufacturer of interactive displays for educations purposes. The IDIQ scope of work includes installing SMART Learning Suite software, IFPs, associated materials, and training during a five-year period of performance. Over 25 million teachers and students around the world use SMART education solutions to make learning more interactive, engaging, effective and fun. Futron is a Silver Partner and certified reseller of SMART solutions.
Futron has provided interactive display and IT procurement and installation services including technical refresh for hardware and software components for customers such as U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Army, and Social Security Administration (SSA). Our processes and procedures for this work have been customized for international projects in places such as Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Djibouti, Germany, Japan, and Greece. Futron has extensive Procurement and Logistics capabilities that will facilitate shipping and installation overseas.
We previously held a DoDEA IDIQ for interactive displays—the five-year IDIQ for the procurement of interactive display equipment for Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) schools and administrative buildings.
We look forward to serving DoDEA for another five years, better enabling them to educate and engage their students to succeed in a dynamic world.