The Office of Cuba Broadcasting signed the one-year contract with Washington Software Inc. on June 20. Records show the $400,000 will go toward "other computer services." No other details are given except a government code: IGF::CL::IGF.
IGF stands for "Inherently Governmental Functions." CL indicates "Closely Associated Functions."
My guess is that the $400,000 will go toward Piramideo, although the contract doesn't specify.
The contract brings to $4,321,173 the total amount paid to Washington Software since June 2011.
|Carlos García Pérez|
The Office of Cuba Broadcasting runs Radio and TV Martí. Agency director Carlos García Pérez said in a statement earlier this year:
Piramideo is one more communication tool, like radio, television, DVDs, flash drives, e-mail and text messages, which Martí media offers its audience.