Niscayah Sweden has won Defence Materiel Administration's (FMV) procurement of technical security solutions and has signed a three-year framework agreement with an option of a further one-year extension. The services within the agreement include projecting, validation, installation and planning for future maintenance and will be ordered by FMV on an ongoing basis. An initial order with a value amounting to US$7 million has been placed under the agreement and the work is commencing during fall 2010.
“FMV's altered method of working implies a greater commitment by the industry, which called for procurement of suppliers of services within surveillance systems,” said Philip Schwab, Program Manager at FMV. “The agreement with Niscayah provides the basis for managing the production sought by the Swedish Armed Forces for at least three years.”
“It is very gratifying that we have signed this framework agreement with FMV,” said David K?lls?ter, Country President, Niscayah Sweden. “Apart from projecting, validation, installation and planning for future maintenance, we also have good prospects of supplying aftermarket and after-sales services when the systems subsequently begin to be used within the Swedish Armed Forces.”