I am looking forward to working with the Navy to accomplish their goals for this program,” says Ross Nelson, Federal Program Manager for Securityhunter Navy programs.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
Securityhunter was awarded a federal indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract for physical security /access control (PS/AC) systems for the United States Navy in the continental United States and outside the continental United States (CONUS/OCUNUS) installations, including joint bases assigned to the Navy. This ID/IQ award includes perimeter security and access control for both vehicles and pedestrians. Physical security information management will be included to help collect and analyze data. The contract is part of the Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) Ashore Program to protect the Navy from natural disasters, acts of terrorism and other human-caused disasters.
Ross Nelson, Federal Program Manager for Securityhunter Navy programs, says “I am very excited about the PS/AC award. Working with the Navy on their Technology Refresh program has allowed the Securityhunter team to gain a unique understanding of what the Navy’s PS/AC contract is attempting to accomplish. I am looking forward to working with the Navy to accomplish their goals for this program.” Michael S. Rogers, CEO of Securityhunter, reports, “This award will anchor our strategic earning projections for this fiscal year.”
About Securityhunter, Inc.:
Founded in 1988, Securityhunter targets security solutions which support a wide range of government and corporate security initiatives. Securityhunter designs, installs and maintains electronic security countermeasure systems for commercial and government facilities. Securityhunter offers professional security support services, which assist U.S. federal, state and local agencies with assessments and management of security tasks for mission critical CONUS and OCONUS operations.
For more information, visit their website at http://www.securityhunter.com.