The first responsibility of any nation’s government is to protect the safety and welfare of its citizens and the nation’s property. When preparing for or responding to any emergency – be it terrorist attack or natural disaster – having the right equipment and resources in place make all the difference. Pelco is ready to support federal, state and local government agencies with leading edge technology to help meet this responsibility.
- Protection of Federal, State and Local Infrastructure
- City Surveillance and Traffic Monitoring
- Mobile and/or Temporary Event Security
- Internal and External Building Security
- Perimeter Security
- Public Safety
What Can Pelco Do?
Pelco is proud to be a US GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contractor, with a national network of authorized resellers ready to support the unique applications and requirements of government customers. Pelco is the preferred choice for many of the world’s most sensitive and secure installations. Security borders and ports, government facilities, embassies and military bases, Pelco answers the call by incorporating leading video security technologies to deliver the most trusted solutions available.
State & Local Governments
State and Local governments can take advantage of Pelco’s participation under the US GSA Cooperative Purchasing Program, the authority for State and Local governments to purchase under schedule 84 Local Preparedness Acquisition Act.
Under this program, state and local governments can purchase alarm and signal systems, facility and management systems, firefighting and rescue equipment, law enforcement and security equipment, marine craft and related equipment, special purpose clothing, and related services (as contained in Federal Supply Classification Code Group 84 or any amended or subsequent version of that Federal Supply Classification Group.)
DIACAP & Information Assurance
Increasingly aware of potential susceptibilities to their network infrastructures, government organizations and private companies alike are demanding that systems residing on their networks meet set security compliance standards. DIACAP, or Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process, is a government set of security standards used by various federal and state agencies as a test to indicate authority for the compliant device to operate on one of their networks. In October 2009, Pelco provided a DX8100 version 2.0 HVR to a DOD-sponsored test facility for DIACAP Compliance testing. As a result of that test effort, an Authority to Operate (ATO), good for three years, was provided for the ultimate system, which included deployment of the DX810.