Air Force picks provider for automated sensors

CLIFTON, N.J., 28 Dec. 2005. Electronic Control Security, Inc. (ECSI) today announced that it has received a task order valued at over $550,000 from the U.S. Air Force under the Tactical Automated Sensor Systems (TASS) Program for forward base rapid deployment applications.

This is in addition to the previous orders which now brings the total to over $7.35 million.

"The Force Protection Program office of the U.S. Air Force Electronic Systems Center accepted proposals for multiple award contracts in support of the Integrated Base Defense Security System program (IBDSS) in June of 2003," said Arthur Barchenko, president and CEO.

"Under the current agreement, ECSI is installing its premiere product lines designed to prevent unauthorized entry or access to large, medium and small military facilities. Since the first major award for the Tinker Air Force Base, we have received over $13 million in procurements for both the IBDSS and TASS programs," he said.

"After posting a record $6 million in sales for Fiscal '05, we continue to close substantial orders for equipment and sales to be delivered in Fiscal '06. This additional task order reaffirms the fact that ECSI is an integral part of the Department of Defense (DoD) security technology program and is recognized as an effective quality provider for both the military and Department of Homeland Security (DHS)."

ECSI is recognized as a global leader in perimeter security and an effective quality provider for both the Department of Defense and Homeland Security programs. The company designs, manufactures and markets physical electronic security systems for high profile, high threat environments. The employment of risk assessment and analysis allows ECSI to determine and address the security needs of government and commercial-industrial installations. The company has teaming agreements with ARINC, Hudson Marine Inc., Lockheed Martin Transportation & Security Solutions, Parsons Infrastructure & Technology Group, SERCO, Inc., Tetra Tech, Inc. and other industry leaders. ECSI is located in Clifton, N.J. For more information, see www.anti-terrorism.com.

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