ReserveAmerica today (Nov. 9) announced that the firm has signed an agreement ending the ongoing protest of its Department of Agriculture contract award, and is beginning implementation of the consolidated National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) contract.
According to a press release, under the terms of the contract, ReserveAmerica will provide comprehensive recreation information and reservation services for all U.S. federal recreation agencies, including the National Park Service, the USDA Forest Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation.
In July 2005, Spherix Inc. of Beltsville, Md., filed a protest against the Agriculture Department’s re-award of its single federal recreation information and reservation service to ReserveAmerica.
Ballston Spa, N.Y.-based ReserveAmerica said it will offer one-stop shopping to the public for a wide range of federal recreation areas, facilities and opportunities including access to more than 57,000 campsites, cabins, parks, and tours of national sites, historic homes and caves.
“We are proud to continue in our commitment to providing the Federal agencies and the American public with reservation and ticketing servicesthat continue to exceed expectations,” said Brendan Ross, president of ReserveAmerica.