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Kratos Defense & Security Gets $10 Mln Critical Infrastructure Security Contract

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. (KTOS), National Security Solutions provider, announced that its Public Safety & Security Solutions or PSS Division has recently received a $10 million critical infrastructure security award.

The contract award, received from a large mass transit authority in the United States, calls for Kratos PSS to design, engineer, deploy and integrate into a command and control infrastructure a state of the art security and surveillance system.

The award will include deployment of security and surveillance elements on certain mobile assets. This recent contract award represents additional funding and a scope increase on a previously announced contract award.

The company said that due to the nature of the contract award, customer related and other considerations, no additional information is being provided.

by RTT Staff Writer

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