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Video Convergence lands two DOT jobs

Cornet Technology's integration division focusing on transportation
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11/01/2006

SPRINGFIELD, Va.--Video Convergence, the video surveillance integration and product development wing of Cornet Technology, announced two transportation-management bids won over the past three months.

ATCI adds wireless with JBE Tech.

Firm increases Fla. and Latin American presence
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11/01/2006

MIAMI--ATC International, a voice, data and security integrator, announced this week the acquisition of JBE Technology, a wireless technology provider based in Hollywood, Fla., serving southern Florida and Latin America.

All-Phase Security opens Vallejo office.

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SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2006

VALLEJO, Calif.--Founded by two former cops in 1995, All-Phase Security provides uniformed guards, electronic security and IT Security throughout the Sacremento area.

Secure Integrator gets 8(a) and SBD certs.

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SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2006

MANASSAS, Va.--Secure Integrator has been awarded 8(a) certification by the U.

UTC to acquire Red Hawk

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11/01/2006

FARMINGTON, Conn.--UTC Fire & Security, a business unit of United Technologies, announced September 5 an agreement to buy systems integrator Red Hawk Industries, based in Colorado in a deal worth more than $100 million.

Per Mar Security adds on Olson Security

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11/01/2006

DAVENPORT, Iowa--As of October 1, Per Mar Security Services assumed the accounts and assets of Olson Security, a relatively small operation serving Maquoketa, Iowa. Owned by husband and wife Buddy and Myrna Olson, the company brings Per Mar roughly 240 commercial accounts and 160 residential accounts.

LaSalle claims integrator fraud

INS Integrated Security counters that LaSalle's problem is internal
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11/01/2006

CHICAGO--LaSalle Bank, which operates roughly 150 branches here in the Chicago area, has sued its recently fired security director and security system integrator, claiming a conspiracy to defraud the bank of as much as $42 million.
According to a statement released by LaSalle, their only communication with the media on this matter, "George Konjuch, 53, of Des Plaines, is suspected of participating in a scheme to defraud the bank by causing it to pay false invoices for services that either were not provided or were worth far less than the amounts invoiced.

Boeing lands SBInet

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SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2006

ST. LOUIS--The U.

HSCC buys SecurityInc

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10/01/2006

ARLINGTON, Va.--Consolidation holding company Homeland Security Capital Corporation announced August 23 the acquisition of SecurityInc, a manufacturer of access control solutions using RFID technology based in Milwaukee.

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