INCATech Wins a Contract with the Department of Commerce for NTIA BroadbandUSA Program

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INCATech wins a contract with the Department of Commerce (DoC) for The National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) BroadbandUSA program.

We are excited to be given an opportunity to support NTIA with geospatial visualization and reporting solutions to help Federal and State governments make better decisions regarding broadband availability - Liliana Freedman, President & CEO

INCATech has been awarded a multiyear contract to support the Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). INCATech will provide subject matter experts to help NTIA implement tools and procedures for the geographic visualization and comparison of federal and non‐federal data sets to identify regions with insufficient service, compare multiple data‐sets to identify discrepancies in broadband availability (e.g. served vs. underserved or unserved), and produce reports and analyses that could be used for investment and decision‐making purposes.

INCATech will provide NTIA with: geospatial data and map development expertise; advanced Geospatial Information System (GIS) and Business Intelligence solutions with software development services and integration; enterprise consulting services to support NTIA’s use of its cloud‐based GIS platform; and supporting materials and documentation associated with our work products.

INCATech is an SBA 8(a) certified Woman Owned Small Business that has provided innovative technology to U.S. government and commercial customers for nearly a decade. Our expert teams apply Agile methodologies and use state-of-the-art products to achieve your mission goals and deliver breakthrough results.

About NTIA
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) BroadbandUSA program promotes innovation and economic growth by supporting efforts to expand broadband access and meaningful use across America. BroadbandUSA serves local and state governments, industry and nonprofits that seek to expand broadband connectivity and promote digital inclusion. BroadbandUSA’s services are driven by the needs and interests of state and local broadband leaders, and focus on supporting planning efforts, helping to identify funding, and advising on local broadband program.

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