Viscount gets new U.S. government contracts for access control deployments

June 13, 2014 - 

Viscount Systems has been awarded new contracts for more U.S. Federal Government facilities. This time, the company has deployed its biometrics-friendly access control technology in New York, Montana and Indiana.

“The pace of new contract activity with our client agencies in the Federal government is accelerating, based on Viscount’s ability to deliver security solutions that meet their high compliance standards for performance, reliability and support. Validation of our Freedom Access Control technology continues to grow as the number of deployments grow,” Dennis Raefield, President and CEO of Viscount said. “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.”

As of late, Viscount has been announcing a significant number of deployments at U.S. Federal Government facilities. Just last week, Raefield spoke at an invite-only security leadership summit in NYC. 

Reported previously in BiometricUpdate.com, the company also recently announced two new contracts to provide access control for government buildings in New York and Louisiana.

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