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Police vehicle modification contract for TSP

Breckford International : 24 April, 2008  (Application Story)
Contract enables mid-Atlantic region police purchasers to modify standard Ford Crown Victoria cars for police operations using equipment supplied by Tactical Solution Partners.
Tactical Solution Partners has negotiated a milestone contract rider allowing any public safety and emergency response agency from any county in Maryland to purchase a standardised Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) vehicle outfitting package from the Company.

As announced on March 28, the Company received a two-year contract award to outfit Ford Police Interceptors for the St Mary's County (Maryland) Sheriff Department. This two-year indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) or blanket purchase agreement (BPA) contract has an initial order quantity of 19 marked and unmarked vehicles. The amendment to this agreement provides any county in Maryland access to a uniform configuration and priced package, allowing agencies to purchase street-ready vehicles through a streamlined process.

"The opportunity to present a standard outfitting package for all Ford Police Interceptors to procurement officers from any county in Maryland cannot be understated," said William Shafley, CEO of TTSR. "Before, procurement officers would have to wade through specifications, configurations, and product catalogues to produce an RFP for fleet outfitting. We've taken the guesswork out of the process and are transforming the way in which agencies purchase fleet vehicles.

"We're encouraging every agency in Maryland to contact us for additional details about the CVPI outfitting package and how TTSR can deliver the bumper-to-bumper package they're looking for to build out their fleets in a more efficient and cost-effective manner," continued Shafley.

The process of vehicle outfitting, or the process of adding non-factory installed equipment and technology, includes a range of services that modify vehicles to meet the particular demands and dangers of law enforcement. These measures include the installation of specialised lights, sirens, prisoner cages and ballistics protection. Police, fire and emergency medical vehicles are all potential recipients of outfitting procedures.

TTSR management is moving aggressively to capitalise on the multibillion-dollar vehicle outfitting marketplace. The vehicle outfitting marketplace is a fragmented and underserved segment of the homeland security industry with ample opportunities for increasing market share and revenues.

TTSR has successfully increased revenues by installing mobile computing and communications solutions for the majority of public safety agencies in the state of Maryland, as well as select agencies in Delaware, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Nationwide, the public safety mobile computing and communications market is approximately $4.2 billion annually. The added dimension of vehicle outfitting significantly enhances the breadth and depth of TTSR's offerings to current and new customers throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
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