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UDT Forms Partnership To Take Part In Federal and Law Enforcement Bids

Universal Detection Technology : 08 June, 2010  (Company News)
Universal Detection Technology is aiming for sole source contracts from law enforcement agencies across America for its anti-terrorism detection equipment in joint venture set up with Emergency 911 Security
Universal Detection Technology has commenced bidding on large government contracts in collaboration with Emergency 911 Security. Emergency 911 Security (EMG-911 SEC) has been certified by the federal government for sole source and limited competition contracts of up to 35.5 million dollars per year in sales.

EMG-911 SEC is among a rare group of government contractors (approximately five percent) awarded a small business determination 8(a), which allows the federal government to sole source contracts. The award is similar to GSA schedules but with a fraction of the competitors.

The SBA 8(a) Business Development Program will allow EMG-911 SEC greater market access and enterprise growth, awarding sole-source and limited-competition contracts over a nine-year period. The NAICS code that EMG-911 SEC is certified under provides sole source contract of up to 35.5 million dollars per year in sales.

"Our partnership with Emergency 911 Security allows us to bid on federal, state and municipal contracts in the CBRN detection field," said Jacques Tizabi, CEO of Universal Detection Technology. "Our aim is to become a one-stop-shop provider of CBRN detection systems to the first responder community," continued Tizabi.
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