Total Security Integrated Systems Announces Successful Installation of Access Control Systems at The Office of The Inspector General

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Total Security Integrated Systems has recently completed a security installation project in a Federal Building for The Office of the Inspector General in New York City.

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"We understand the challenges faced by federal agencies and projects at this scale and level of complexity.” Matt DiMicco, CEO

Total Security, a leading commercial and home security systems company, has announced the recent completion of a prestigious security systems project at The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) at Federal Plaza in New York City in February 2018. Total Security was awarded the RFP by the OIG after competing against three other companies.

The Jacob K. Javits Federal Office Building at 26 Federal Plaza in Manhattan, New York City houses many Federal government agencies, and, at over 41 stories, it is the tallest federal building in the United States. Agencies located in the building include the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

The installation took place at 26 Federal Plaza on the 30th floor of the building, in an independent unit that is responsible for promoting economy, efficiency, and effectiveness and detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and mismanagement in the General Services Administration’s (GSA) programs and operations. Total Security was hired to seamlessly integrate security systems into two new operations units within the OIG and ensure that the new and pre-existing independent systems are able to communicate properly, a significant challenge for any security installer.

Furthermore, Total Security installed various new security solutions in the Audits and Investigations Unit. An Intrusion Detection System (IDS), Telephone Entry integrated with surveillance cameras, and a HSPD12 compliant access control system were all successfully integrated. Total Security used a combination of federally-compliant hardware and the installation team worked closely with OIG's internal IT department to insure that the various independent systems were able to communicate properly.

Total Security was selected based on their extensive experience in the security industry and professionalism on which they have built their reputation over the past fifteen years. “We understand the challenges faced by federal agencies and projects at this scale and level of complexity,” said Total Security CEO, Matt DiMicco. “In today’s world, the threat to civil infrastructure and urban security requires businesses and agencies to adopt a proactive and prevention-focused approach. Our professional and knowledgeable Security Consultants assist our clients in developing a comprehensive surveillance plan for their organization. They can help integrate new security systems with existing software and will provide solutions based on the client’s specific needs and requirements.”

Total Security invites any property manager, business or organization requiring the installation of a security or surveillance system at large or small scales to contact them for a free onsite security evaluation by calling (516) 775-2304.

More information about commercial security cameras can be found here: http://www.totalsecurityny.com/security-cameras/commercial-security-cameras/

About Total Security Integrated Systems
In New York, Total Security is the recognized industry leader for security systems in Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx for both commercial and home security. They have been Rate “A+” by the BBB based on superior service provided for installations related to video surveillance, access control, intercom systems, biometrics and GPS Tracking systems. Total Security’s New York headquarters and security camera showroom is located at 206 Hempstead Turnpike in West Hempstead, New York. Total Security Integrated Systems also services New Jersey and has an additional office in Elmwood, NJ.

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