AMAG Technology wins
Federal Trade Commission business

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Under the contract, AMAG will initially secure the FTC’s headquarters. Symmetry will be integrated with a video management system to deliver a comprehensive security management system to the FTC.

AMAG’s Symmetry product platform provides access control, intrusion detection, video management, identity solutions and visitor management. Symmetry is installed in all branches of the US Department of Defense (DoD), along with numerous DoD entities. Symmetry is at all US Marine Corps bases in the US, Germany, South Korea, UK, Afghanistan and Japan. It is also installed at nearly 60 US Army bases, eight US Navy bases and facilities, numerous Air Force bases, US Army Reserves and US Marine Corps Reserves’ facilities across the US. 

AMAG has provided security solutions to the federal government's defence and military branches for over 20 years. G4S’ US business provides security at 40 US embassies globally around a quarter of G4S security guards in the US are military veterans.

Symmetry will assist the FTC in meeting mandatory, government-wide standards for secure and reliable forms of identification issued by the federal government and the Federal Information Processing Standard Publication, which specifies stringent identification requirements for Federal employees and contractors.

The FTC is a federal agency tasked with preventing and ending anti-competitive or fraudulent business practices that are unfair to the American consumer.

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