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Ciber Wins Deal to Support Georgia Port Authority

Ciber Federal, a division of Ciber, Inc. (NYSE: CBR) has been selected by the Georgia Port Authority (GPA) to provide various security systems and services, including integrated and comprehensive video surveillance, wireless communications, radar, TWIC compliant access control, and a Command & Control solution for the port.

GPA is one of the largest and busiest container ports in the United States.

“Ciber is proud to have been chosen to provide these solutions. We were selected as GPA’s security integration partner because we clearly understand both the physical security integration requirements for land-side and water-side security, as well as the operational and IT needs of the GPA, ” said Erin Phelps, VP of Ciber’s Enterprise Security Solutions Group.

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