Condortech will help PSA companies secure gov't biz

SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, January 18, 2007

WESTMINSTER, Colo.--PSA Security Network members will have a leg up in securing government contract work thanks to an agreement announced Jan.17 between PSA and member company Condortech Services of Alexandria, Va.
"CTS will team with other PSA members to compete for contracts that were previously unattainable and to create more opportunities for them in the government security market," according to a PSA news release.
Under the agreement, which coincides with the Department of Homeland Security's recent announcement of a new round of grants to be distributed, Condortech will offer PSA members "a suite of services that provide access to federal government projects, including those funded through the Department of Homeland Security." CTS recently completed its HSPD-12 certification, which will ensure compliance with new federal regulations, according to the statement.

For more on this story, including an interview with CTS chief executive officer Jorge Lozano, see the March issue of Security Systems News.