SuperCom picks up last phase of suspect-monitoring project in Romania
The second phase of a tracking-and-reporting project in Romania has been approved.
SuperCom has agreed to a contract continuation valued at $7.1 million with the Interior Ministry for its national electronic monitoring project intended to address domestic violence and the need for a home-detention program.
SuperCom is an Israeli-based digital identity products for private and public buyers.
The first phase was valued at $8 million. The entire project, which will include GPS monitoring, is expected to close by July.
The end-to-end project uses SuperCom’s PureSecurity products, which can deliver real-time reporting and tracking.
The deal follows on the heels of a four-year $3.6 million government contract in Finland, and months after a five-year, $4.25 million contract in California.
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