Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Program Support Center (PSC) Strategic Acquisitions Services has exercised Securityhunter's third option year for enterprise-wide Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) contract. Securityhunter provides a comprehensive range of security solutions to all federal agencies through the BPA. The advantage of using this BPA is that through this BPA Securityhunter and its versatile and experienced teaming partners provide a vehicle by which federal agencies can procure a wide-range of security solutions in a streamlined and expedited process at reduced GSA rates. The PSC provides support services to HHS and other federal government agencies worldwide. Products and services provided through this BPA include, but are not limited to, Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12 (HSPD-12) compliant solutions, security risk assessments, physical access control systems, security system integration, information technology (IT) solutions, security system design-builds, as well as security management and support services including life cycle support.
Securityhunter has performed over 100 task orders since the base BPA award in November of 2010. PSC customers validate this contract vehicle by repeatedly leveraging the BPA for multiple projects. This contract has helped to catapult Securityhunter to the number one spot for growth among security integration companies for the years 2012 and 2013, according to Security Dealer & Integrator Magazine.
"Each year we are able to help more and more agencies to succeed with their security initiatives. It is great to be able to help secure our nation with the help of the PSC. They are a very effective team of officials," says Michael S. Rogers, CEO of Securityhunter.
The BPA has a $500 million ceiling spanning five years, and offers a full spectrum of security products and services, including those found on GSA Schedules 70 & 84. These offerings are available at reduced GSA rates, which makes purchasing supplies for government contracts through this BPA more cost effective. The simplified nature of purchasing security through this BPA also helps customers acquire products and services more efficiently, making it an attractive vehicle for federal agencies seeking to quickly acquire new solutions and/or to upgrade existing systems and equipment.
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 contact Nancy Rogers at 800-397-5300 or email nrogers(at)securityhunter(dot)com or visit http://www.securityhunter.com.