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CSRA to Guide CBP on Optimal Border Security Equipment, Deployment Methods

CSRATYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 8, 2016 — CSRA will advise the Customs and Border Protection on equipment options and deployment methods to help prevent illegal trade and trade activities under a three-year, $45 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

CSRA said Monday it will work with the agency’s systems engineering, logistics and sustainment, capabilities and requirements divisions to identify optimal towers, camera sensors and radar systems for the country’s border security.

“Our collaborative team of systems engineers and logisticians are helping to drive CBP’s mission by identifying and deploying intuitive, leading-edge technology to secure and protect our borders, ” said Sally Sullivan, executive vice president of CSRA’s homeland security group.

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