Digital Monitoring Products (DMP), Springfield, Mo., announced the renewal of its GSA Contract with 42 new participating dealer subcontractors and 10 letter of supply (LOS) value-added resellers, who have existing GSA schedule 84 contracts.
DMP provides government agencies with complete intrusion system solutions with its renewed GSA Schedule 84 contract. The contract enables state and federal government agencies to rely on DMP for professional facility security systems and management services. Since the 1990s when DMP introduced networked, encrypted panels to the market, the company has been a recognized leader in intrusion-detection systems for government applications, it said.
“More than 50 members of the DMP authorized dealer network have been trained on the unique requirements and expectations related to GSA-contract security installations,” said Vince Adams, director of market development, Government Solutions. “That knowledge is backed up by a broad selection of products, including NIST-certified alarm panels and other technology. Government agencies can feel confident in the ability of DMP authorized dealers to provide intrusion systems offering the highest possible levels of security.”
To assist government buyers, DMP created the G-Force online resource, which provides the latest in federal government intrusion detection system information, key documents, quick start guides, presentations, training videos and compliance information.
For information, visit www.dmpgforce.us.