|Multimillion-dollar campaign targeting Cuba|
The Broadcasting Board of Governors, or BBG, hired the firm on July 1, 2011. Since then, the BBG has paid the company $4,398,409, according to records found in the Federal Data Procurement System.
The BBG oversees the Office of Cuba Broadcasting, which operates Radio & TV Martí in Miami.
- Designing and operating a Short Message Service, or SMS, social network.
- Sending text messages to Cuba via SMS
- Coming up with ways to prevent the Cuban government from jamming its electronic messages.
- Programming computers.
- Sending email blasts.
Washington Software is based in Germantown, Md.