U.S. company Intellicheck Mobilisa announced it has been contracted to deliver its widely deployed Defense ID access control system to Fort Stewart, the training center for the Army's 3rd Infantry Division.
Under the $250,000 award, Intellicheck Mobilisa will provide the Army installation with its DefenseID equipment, software and training services as part of an effort to ensure access to Fort Stewart and the Hunter Army Air Field remains secure from unauthorized access.
"As a leading mobilization post for Army units preparing for their tours overseas, we are proud they chose Defense ID for screening their visitors and to be assisting them in protecting our troops," Nelson Ludlow, Intellicheck Mobilisa chief executive officer, said in a statement.
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