Government administrators (local, state federal) are planning to buy technology in the next 18 months, based on the results of an exclusive survey of readers of Penton magazines. Cloud-based computing and technology that enables cost reduction are at the top of the list.
The GovSec conference, recently staged in Washington, D.C., showcased law enforcement technology, facility security products, threat detectors and much more. Here is a brief look at some of the GovSec products that GPN described in the April issue.
Combating terrorism and cybercrime, as well as critical infrastructure protection, will be the focus of the 11th annual Government Security Expo & Conference (GovSec) featuring the U.S. Law Enforcement Conference & Exposition. The event, which includes attendees in law enforcement, government administration and technology, takes place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington from April 2-4.
Imagine a 15,000-pound truck slamming into a fence at 50 miles per hour (mph) — and not penetrating the fence more than 3 feet. Ameristar Fence Products’ Stalwart anti-ram barrier system recently survived a test of that severity and has met the requirements of the F2656 standard from ASTM International.
New Jersey has joined a four-year cooperative procurement agreement with the National Joint Powers Alliance, that will allow state and municipal agencies, school districts and public colleges and universities to directly purchase security services and equipment from ADT Security Services.