Originally Posted by ther0ck
OK, this advice is wrong in conjunction with the OP's original question. Freq coordinators are for AMATEUR RADIO, not regular use.
I have to say that in this case, programming the HT's with the MURS freqs is the BEST and MOST productive way of hassle-free ops.
No, Frequency Coordinators are responsible for assigning frequencies to public safety, business, transportation and just about every other Part 90 service. If the OP wants to license a frequency to operate these radios on, then a frequency coordinator would be the place to start.
Yes, the Amateur radio spectrum has local coordinators that help with repeater pair assignments as well, but they are separate and different from the frequency coordinators I mentioned above.
As for programming them for MURS, the OP stated they are UHF radios, not VHF, so he will not be able to use MURS. Even if they were VHF, the HT-1000's put out 5 watts on VHF, so they wouldn't be legal there. The issues with type certifications might preclude this also.
The correct path for the OP, since he stated he's not sure what to do, is to work with a frequency coordinator to help determine what he needs. Depending on the use, industry, locations, etc, they can assist in the frequency selection and FCC filings. If an itinerant channel is the solution, then the OP would likely benefit from some help filing all the paper work with the FCC. While it may be simple for some of us, those that have not worked with the FCC before would likely get lost in short order.