|By Business Wire||
|July 25, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
The press release below replaces the one that was released yesterday, July 24th, which contained information on client sites that have not yet been awarded. The corrected information is provided below.
VISCOUNT AWARDED NEW CONTRACTS TO SECURE SITES FOR THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY – UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Viscount Systems (OTCQB:VSYS), a leading provider of IT-based security software and services, today announced that it has been awarded additional contracts to secure U.S. Federal Government facilities in Missouri and Massachusetts for the Department of Homeland Security – United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
“The pace of new contract activity with USCIS and other agencies within the Federal government continues to grow. This escalation is based on Viscount’s ability to deliver security solutions that meet the Government’s high compliance standards for performance, reliability and support,” noted Dennis Raefield, President and CEO of Viscount. “We are committed to work with our Federal Systems Partners to provide solutions that not only meet the Government’s rigorous security technology standards, but establish Viscount Systems as a trusted vendor in securing our Nation’s institutions and infrastructure.”
About Viscount's Freedom Access Control Solutions
Freedom is the first and only access control system that allows entry devices (ID cards, RFID readers, biometrics, etc.) to be connected to, and controlled by, standard building IT networks without requiring expensive control panels and wiring. Freedom brings cyber security protection to access control, eliminates the significant costs of traditional access control systems and provides a green, environmentally friendly solution.
About Viscount Systems
Viscount Systems, Inc. brings cyber security protection to physical security and building automation systems. Its software solutions are sold and installed only by certified security integrators. Viscount's industry awards include the Microsoft "Be What's Next" Award, Security Industry Association Convergence Solution of the Year and Homeland Security Platinum Award for Emergency Response and Gold Award for Access Control at GOVSEC.
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