Williams Commissioners Award WiFi Contract

The Williams County Com­mis­sion­ers on Mon­day, by a 2 to 1 vote, awarded a con­tract to Cur­rent TEKSolu­tions of Bryan to out­fit the Hill­side Coun­try Liv­ing cam­pus with W-Fi. The Bryan Times reports that Com­mis­sion­ers selected Cur­rent TEK’s bid over Sonit Sys­tems of Arch­bold, and G6 Com­mu­ni­ca­tions of Bluffton, Indi­ana after G6 sub­mit­ted a bid of $24,021, Cur­rent TEK’s bid was $63,382 and Sonit’s bid was $93,665.88 to out­fit all three Hill­side build­ings with Wi-Fi. The Times report goes on to say that the dif­fer­ence of more than $69,644 between Sonit’s high bid and G6’s low bid caused some seri­ous ques­tions among com­pany rep­re­sen­ta­tives, Hill­side staff and the com­mis­sion­ers at the bid open­ing at Hill­side. Accord­ing to com­pany offi­cials, the contract’s com­ple­tion date of Dec. 15 is still on track.

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