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It’s Crunch Time for End of Year Federal Spending

Command and control (C2) centers are some of the most critical and complex environments. A C2 center designed with redundancies, security, and ergonomics can run 24/7 and provide leaders with access to the resources they need to make effective decisions as quickly as possible.

Creating or adding to a C2 center can be complex. Because of the vital information monitored, these spaces need top tier visualization and rugged materials that can last through long shifts and consistent use. These niche spaces can be difficult to source providers for — and even more difficult to determine a budget.

Summer is crunch time for end of year federal spending

It’s already that time of year — time to figure out end-of-year federal spending. The fiscal year for the federal government begins on October 1 and ends on September 30.

The Department of Defense spends 38% of its budget between July, August, and September. When it comes to budgeting, if you don’t use it, you lose it. That’s why the biggest surge in federal government spending happens in September.

How Constant can help with last minute budget decisions

At Constant we have a team of AV and CAD designers who are experienced in creating for the government market. We can help you design your room and layout, determining the details needed for setting up a budget for your command and control center. We provide a budget consultation free of charge so you can determine an accurate budget for the components you need. After discussing all the details you need, we can get a budget to you in time for all your necessary approvals.

Whether you plan to do your entire operations center all at once or are planning a piecemeal approach, Constant has over 30 years of experience to help you figure out the right solutions.

Choosing an expert partner for your C2 center

Government command and control centers are sensitive and mission critical. Because of this, they require an expert hand for all stages from budgeting and design to installation and service to ensure 24/7 operations without disruption.

Past  performance is one of the greatest indicators of whether a potential partner can provide what you need. At Constant, our client list speaks for itself. We’ve worked with government agencies such as the Department of Defense, United States Coast Guard and Air Force. The most sensitive and critical environments can trust Constant.

Specializing exclusively in the field of mission critical A/V integration and furniture is something that no one but Constant does. We offer a wealth of experience as well as custom design services and long-term service contracts to ensure that your mission critical space is the best that it can be.

In addition to video wall integration for command and control, Constant also manufactures console furniture purpose-built for the rigors of 24/7. In addition to our custom solutions, we have 5 console lines on the GSA schedule: Freedom, Contender, Endurance, Endurance Pods, and Simplicity.

We are an expert partner and offer a range of capabilities to help you with your mission needs:

  • Free custom quotes
  • Turn-key design and build for your command center
  • AV integration and design
  • Custom command center  workstation consoles

If you would like to learn more about our solutions for government C2 environments and how we can assist you with end-of-year projects, contact us today to receive a free design and budget consultation.

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About Constant:

Constant Technologies, Inc. provides AV integration for 24/7 video walls and custom operation center furniture. With 30+years experience we can work with sensitive environments in the public and private sectors. Constant designs and installs projects of all scopes and sizes around in the world. We also offer long-term service and support. We create solutions with the highest levels of security, aesthetics and functionality in mind.