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Smith & Wesson Security Solutions Awarded $63 Million U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contract

FRANKLIN, Tenn., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FutureNet Security Solutions, LLC d/b/a Smith & Wesson Security Solutions (SWSS), a leading turn-key provider of perimeter security solutions, today announced that the company has received a $63 million maintenance and service contract from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC), to provide services at CONUS and OCONUS Department of Defense installations.

This critical United States Army Corps of Engineers Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) has the total capacity within the Unrestricted Suite of $315 million over a period of five years.  On task orders issued under this MATOC, SWSS will perform worldwide maintenance and service for various access control point systems, electronic security systems, utility monitoring and control systems, physical security systems, and other related systems.  The company will provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and non-personal services necessary to perform routine maintenance services, corrective maintenance services, and emergency repair services.

"Smith & Wesson Security Solutions' client focus, attention to detail, technical expertise, and commitment to quality has earned us a reputation as the premier provider and maintainer of physical and electronic security systems at Department of Defense and Federal Government facilities across the globe.  We are extremely excited for this milestone opportunity to serve as a prime contractor for CEHNC, building on our extensive past performance at over 125 U.S. military installations worldwide," said Wesley Foss, President. "Our experienced technicians, engineers, project managers, maintenance management team, and carefully selected partners position us to compete successfully within all task order categories of this contract."

About FutureNet Security Solutions (FNSS)

Based in Franklin, Tenn. FNSS is a full-service perimeter security integrator, barrier manufacturer, specialty contractor, and maintenance provider. Doing business in the United States as Smith & Wesson Security Solutions, the company was acquired by FutureNet Group, Inc. last year, and provides a complete range of products and services to a diverse client base which spans the defense, transportation and petrochemical industries, as well as corporate facilities, airports, Fortune 500 companies, national laboratories, and 16 separate federal agencies.  FNSS is the sole manufacturer and provider of the GRAB net barrier system, ODDS over-speed detection system, SW1900 wedge barrier, SW1200 anti-ram post and cable barrier, and a range of other proprietary perimeter security products.  For information, call (615) 224-0400 or visit http://www.futurenetsecurity.com.

SOURCE FutureNet Security Solutions, LLC

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