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Marketing contract for anti-terrorism training centre

TSSI Inc : 29 September, 2008  (Application Story)
TSSI Inc has received a contract to assist in the development of a new training facility for law enforcement and military personnel
Total Security Services International (TSSI) has been awarded a contract by Weston Solutions to promote and market the Centre for Security Training and Technology (C-STAT). Under this agreement TSSI will be responsible for assisting developers in securing tenants and establishing key partnerships within the business and defence community to promote and market this innovative next-generation training facility. TSSI will also provide program management support.

America's first post-9/11 all hazards training facility, C-STAT, will be located at Maryland's Aberdeen Proving Ground and will offer the latest advances in live-action training for federal, state and local personnel, private sector companies and owners of critical infrastructure. C-STAT will enable the private sector to train and conduct exercises alongside federal, state and local counterparts on a secure, federal installation. This unique blending of both worlds will result in a world class federal facility that takes advantage of valuable input and injects private sector experience into the early stages of research and development.

Cutting edge anti-terrorism, disaster response and urban warfare training will be available at C-STAT to law enforcement and military personnel. This 1300 acre facility will boast a campus style setting and will contain a wide array of mock urban scenarios including comprehensive critical infrastructure that can be used for large-scale group exercises. C-STAT's water access will enable maritime and port security training. The training facility will also contain a variety of educational, meeting and administrative space, lodging and recreation amenities. C-STAT's secure, technology-driven facility is in close proximity to Washington DC, offering increased accessibility that will maximize facility usage.

Through this contract, C-STAT will benefit tremendously from the expertise of high-powered national homeland security experts including Joe Allbaugh and Major General (Ret) Wallace Arnold, both currently serving on TSSI's Critical Infrastructure Protection Strategic Advisory Group (CIPSAG).

"At TSSI we firmly believe in taking a proactive approach to protecting our nation's critical infrastructure and we follow a total preparedness methodology. To be truly protected and prepared, we must engage both the public and the private sector," said Don Rondeau, President and CEO of TSSI. "This training facility will pave the way for improved threat identification and analysis, planning, asset protection, rapid response and recovery and training programs, and will bring the nation's top research and development companies together in a top-notch facility. Already there has been tremendous response to our efforts to promote C-STAT. We look forward to our role in launching this valuable homeland security asset and to playing a pivotal role in improving the readiness of our homeland."
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