Hirsch Identive Awarded $1.7 Million Contract from Department of Justice
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Hirsch Identive, a leading provider of integrated security and identity management systems and a business unit of Identive Group, has received a $1.7 million order from an agency within the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for its credential-based access control systems. Delivery under the order was completed in the second quarter of 2012.
The order is part of a sustainability program developed by Hirsch Identive for the DoJ agency to support the agency's long-term security initiatives, and encompasses multiple deployment sites across the U.S. To address the large number, scope and critical nature of the deployment locations, this latest contract includes the creation of a customized training program for agency technicians at agency sites and the purchase of spare components to ensure immediate availability when needed.
“While many programs in the U.S. government sector continue to be constrained by economy-driven budget issues, this significant order from the DoJ underscores the strength of Hirsch Identive's position as a trusted, long-term partner to federal agencies,” stated Lars Suneborn, director of the Government Program Group for Hirsch Identive. “As these agencies upgrade their access control systems to comply with federal mandates in the coming years, Hirsch Identive is prepared to address their needs with new next-generation hardware and software platforms that offer the highest security along with convergence, cloud-based management and mobility.”