Tech Integrator Silent Partner Security to Consolidate CBP Systems

SilentSecurity technology provider Silent Partner Security Inc. has won a contract to consolidate security systems for U.S. Customs and Border Protection with the goal of combining them into one system.

The Marshall, Va.-based company said it will use standards outlined under Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 and work to provide U.S. buildings with continuity for access control and closed-circuit television systems.

Sam Rogers, Silent Parnter’s co-founder, said the company is looking to leverage the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to maintain its government sector strategy and help protect sensitive information.

The company currently holds several IDIQs with government agencies and hundreds of defense contracts across the U.S.

Silent Partner was founded in 1991 by Sam and Connie Rogers and features more than 100 years of combined security experience across its technical and installation team.

The company principally provides customers with access control and camera systems.

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