US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced nearly $78 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP) funding for approximately 240 new law enforcement officers at 15 transit systems across the country to enhance the nation's ability to guard against acts of terrorism. "Securing our mass transit systems requires well-trained personnel on the ground to protect against those who seek to cause harm," said Secretary Napolitano
Five US domestic airports will share nearly $8 million worth of new surveillance cameras. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chief Janet Napolitano said,"“State-of-the-art surveillance technology provides another critical layer of security at our airports
Indian Small and medium businesses (companies with up to 999 employees) are likely to spend US$291 million on security-related investments in 2009—according to a study by New York-based research agency. An analyst of research agency says, “Data explosion, electronic threats and increased usage of web-based solutions are some of the triggers for the adoption of security solutions by India Small and medium businesses (SMBs)”
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has awarded a five-year, £23 million ($38 million ) contract to IBM to manage the UK Air Surveillance Command & Control System (UCCS). The system will monitor up to two million aircraft over UK airspace every year
CACI International Inc., an information-technology services company announced on Wednesday that it has received a contract valued at up to $94 million and a $14
Lockheed Martin has been awarded an $821 million maintenance, repair, and overhaul contract for the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) P-3 Orion fleet. The contract is for a base period of one year, with nine additional one-year options
Infosys Bangalore office will be the first private sector unit to get Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) security cover. The campus security cover will start from tomorrow with deployment of 101 specially-trained CISF personnel
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. today announced the National Police Agency (NPA) in Japan has selected the S-92 helicopter to conduct search and rescue and special mission operations
As forecasted by IDTechEx, there has been a surge in orders for RFID in 2009. Despite the world’s largest RFID project, the $6 billion China National ID card scheme, being completed a year earlier, the global RFID market is rising 5% this year to $5
FLIR Systems, Inc.announced that it has received an initial $2
3DX-RAY has announced the SVXi small vehicle x-ray inspection system, a rapid deployment, mobile x-ray system that can be set up and operational in under ten minutes. In comparison, thorough physical searches can take anything up to 8 hours, and up to ten hours to rebuild
American Science and Engineering, Inc. announced it has received a $8
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