Indiana Governor Mike Pence has awarded an additional $3.5 million to the Indiana Secured School Safety Grant Program, a program he cut funding from by 65% earlier in the year.
SSI Staff · October 14, 2015
A Senate panel has approved legislation that includes $160 million in emergency funds for the Coast Guard and $6.7 billion for a FEMA-operated disaster relief fund. The Transportation Security Administration and the Secret Service are among the other agencies that would receive funding from the bill.
SSI Staff · June 18, 2015
Congressional Republicans created a standoff over Department of Homeland Security funding in an effort to get the Obama Administration to change its domestic immigration plan.
SSI Staff · February 17, 2015
SAFE Security plans to use the funds provided by Prospect Capital to grow organically and make more acquisitions.
SSI Staff · December 23, 2014
After receiving a $20 million extension from its lender group, ASG Security has increased its revolving credit facility to $270 million. The firm plans to use the funds to continue executing on its growth plans over the next several years.
April 03, 2013
Ackerman Security Systems recently closed a $75 million credit facility, which will help the company enter into new markets. The financing will also enable the company to offer more advanced systems and technology to customers.
June 26, 2012
ASG Security has increased its revolving credit facility to $250 million after receiving a $20 million extension from its lender group.
April 30, 2012
A $5 million increase in its credit facility will help video surveillance solution provider DTT Surveillance enter into more vertical markets.
September 07, 2011
Economic hardship could be leading to increases in certain crimes, including home burglaries, as spiking unemployment and widespread law enforcement budget cuts set in ...
March 31, 2009
The federal stimulus package has allocated $53.6 billion to the U.S. Department of Education that will provide funding for the installation of fire/life-safety systems in ...
March 31, 2009