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Thu, 2011-06-30 09:13 AM

Texas Capitol Building

A Texas bill that would have criminalized airport pat-downs in the state by Transportation Security Administration personnel, died after the state’s special legislative session adjourned on June 29....
Wed, 2011-06-29 01:50 PM
Consumer groups from North America and Europe recently agreed that information gathered by increasingly-intelligent utility networks should be guided by policies that protect consumers’ data privacy....
Tue, 2011-06-28 10:20 AM

TX Rep. Straus (R)

A paler version of an incendiary Texas bill aimed at criminalizing federal airport security passenger pat-downs passed the state’s House of Representatives on June 27.The bill, as originally...
Mon, 2011-06-27 02:24 PM

Ray Batt

System integrator ARINC has announced a new, national border management system which incorporates its core identity management and biometric technology with instantaneous intelligence gathered from a...
Fri, 2011-06-24 01:55 PM

David Wilhite

In the opinion of David Wilhite, CEO and President of Quintron Systems in Santa Maria, CA, the recent hurricanes, floods, wildfires and other natural disasters in the U.S. have dramatically...
Wed, 2011-06-22 10:15 AM
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. has successfully completed a program to DNA mark microchips for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Used systematically, DNA marking...
Wed, 2011-06-22 09:52 AM
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, better known as ICE, is seeking permission to gather tips from the public about suspicious or criminal activities, and expects to receive more than 184,000 such...
Wed, 2011-06-22 08:58 AM

HazMat truck drivers

In order to better forecast the retention, transfer and drop-out rates for commercial truck drivers seeking “hazardous materials endorsements,” known as HMEs, TSA is planning to seek additional...
Wed, 2011-06-22 08:14 AM

Mich. state Rep. Tom McMillin

State legislation that would make TSA’s pat-down screening a crime was introduced in Michigan and has gained renewed momentum in Texas.Michigan state Rep. Tom McMillin (R-Rochester Hills) introduced...
Wed, 2011-06-22 07:13 AM

Newark Liberty International

TSA’s behavioral screening program should be temporarily shelved in light of reports that security officers at Newark Liberty International Airport used it to racially profile passengers there, said...
Tue, 2011-06-21 01:47 PM
Federal agents rounded up more than 2,400 aliens with criminal convictions in a nationwide “Cross Check” operation in May, the agency said.During the operation officers from all 24 ICE Office of...
Tue, 2011-06-21 01:16 PM

NSTIC's Jeremy Grant

The government is looking for a few good companies to help make a secure online identity ecosystem a reality.The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) initiative wants to put...

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BAE Systems to install automated entry systems for U.S. Army
BAE Systems has received a U.S. Army contract worth up to $95 million to install and maintain automated security systems to control access to Army bases and other installations, BAE announced on May 25. This award expands the company’s work in supporting physical security at government sites. The automated installation entry systems use software...
AS&E reports ‘termination for convenience’ on MobileSearch HE order from CBP
American Science and Engineering, Inc. (AS&E), reported on May 21 that it has received a Termination for Convenience for its $11.8 million order for its MobileSearch High Energy (HE) system from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The original order was announced in a press release on April 1, 2010. As is customary for U.S. Government...
OnSSI is ‘looking out’ for the nation’s schools
OnSSI of Pearl River, NY, an IP video surveillance control and management solution company that works with in the information technology and security markets for both the public and private sector, has announced a special education stimulus package for colleges and universities across the nation from now until September. Fort the next four months...
Pictometry International Corp. forms Canadian subsidiary
Pictometry International Corp., a provider of aerial metric oblique imagery and measuring software, announces the formation of a wholly-owned subsidiary, which will be called Pictometry Canada Corp. Using Pictometry’s proprietary geospatial information technology, Pictometry Canada will deliver and market Pictometry solutions to government and...
AFI enhances DVR
American Fibertek, Inc. (AFI), of Somerset, NJ, is enhancing video security system migration options for dealers and integrators faced with expanding legacy DVR installations with the V’nes (Video Network Enterprise Solution) Pilot Video/Event Management Software that can be integrated with DVRs from most leading manufacturers. The Pilot...
Lockheed Martin begins development of second phase of FBI’s Next Generation Identification program
The Lockheed Martin-led Next Generation Identification (NGI) team is beginning to fully develop and deploy a new NGI system capability that transforms how law enforcement officials search an FBI wanted persons database. Development efforts began after a successful Critical Design Review (CDR) for the system’s second phase, also known as Increment...
New Green Cards issued with advanced security measures
LaserCard Corp., of Mountain View, CA, announced the next generation of U.S. Permanent Resident Card, most commonly referred to as the “Green Card,” on May 12, featuring advanced optical security media, enhanced visual and forensic security features, and a Radio Frequency Identity (RFID) tag. The new card represents the first time optical security...
NYC Fire Commissioner approves AES Corp. products
AES Corporation, of Peabody, MA, announced on May 12 that the company’s AES-IntelliNet MultiNet long-range mesh alarm communications products have been approved by order of the New York City Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano.  The products receiving this new certificate of approval include the 7705i MultiNet Receiver, the AES-7170 IP Link, the...
SkyIMD launches SkyFusionPak for aerial intelligence at border security show
In an interview with GSN at last week’s Border Security Expo in Phoenix, AZ, Michael Estigoy, product manager at SkyIMD, of San Carlos, CA, provided a detailed description of the company’s new aerial intelligence solution that was being launched at the show. According to Estigoy, the company’s new SkyFusionPak offers the most cost-effective...
MITIE wins Eurotunnel security contract
MITIE, a strategic outsourcing and asset management company has won a three-year agreement to provide security and freight support services to Eurotunnel, at its Folkestone terminal in the UK. Under the contract, MITIE's specialist transport security team will work alongside Eurotunnel's site-based staff to support them in controlling access to...

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