Certifications

For Certification, a technology must have demonstrated confidence of continued effectiveness: i.e., it will perform as intended, conform to the seller’s specifications, and is safe for use as intended. In addition to the benefits provided under Designation, Certification allows Sellers of antiterrorism technologies to assert the Government Contractor Defense that immunizes Sellers from liability for claims arising from acts of terrorism. Technologies that receive Certification will be also placed on an Approved Products List for Homeland Security. Designation is a prerequisite for Certification.





Company/Technology

Alclear, LLC, URCLEAR LLC, and NoQue, LLC

Approved: December 16, 2015 | Expires: December 31, 2020

Alclear, LLC, URCLEAR LLC, and NoQue, LLC provide CLEAR (the “Technology”). The Technology is a voluntary, biometrically secured, identification and access system for use as part of the Transportation Security Administration’s (“TSA”) Registered Traveler program or other similar programs. The Technology also includes site surveys, installation and integration operations, training, technical manuals, warranty and maintenance services, customer support services, selection criteria for TSA-approved technologies, venders, and commercial-off-the-shelf products, the associated personnel qualification program, and spare parts.


MorphoTrust USA, LLC

Approved: December 16, 2015 | Expires: January 31, 2021

MorphoTrust USA, LLC provides Universal Enrollment Services (the “Technology”). The Technology consists of hardware, software, and services necessary to provide and maintain enrollment centers, including gathering biographic information, capturing biometric data, and issuing credentials.


MCFSA, Ltd., d/b/a Argyle Security Group and Metroplex Control Systems (“MCS”)

Approved: December 16, 2015 | Expires: December 31, 2020

MCFSA, Ltd., d/b/a Argyle Security Group and Metroplex Control Systems (“MCS”), Argyle Security, Inc., ISI Security Group, Inc., ISI Controls, Ltd., d/b/a Argyle Security Group, and Metroplex Commercial Fire and Security Alarms, Inc. provide Electronic Security Installation and Integration Services (“ESS” or the “Technology”). The Technology is the installation and integration of electronic security systems in commercial buildings, which provide access control, alarm monitoring, and situational awareness. The Technology also includes the operating manuals, deliverables associated with these systems, and maintenance and warranty services.


Kenton County Airport Board

Approved: November 24, 2015 | Expires: December 31, 2020

Kenton County Airport Board provides Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (“CVG”) Airport Security Management Plan (the “Technology”). The Technology is the development and implementation of its Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”)–approved Airport Security Management Plan, which includes physical and electronic security measures, tools, and procedures. The Technology also includes the operations and training of airport police, security, and rescue and firefighting personnel; operations of the airport Emergency Operations Center; selection and integration of physical and technical security systems and procedures; airport security plans and planning documentation; and, the maintenance of physical and technical security measures.


Leidos, Inc.

Approved: September 29, 2015 | Expires: October 31, 2020

Leidos, Inc. provides the Vehicle and Cargo Inspection System (“VACIS®” or the “Technology”). The Technology is a non-intrusive inspection tool used to create 2-dimensional radioscopic images of large vehicles, cargo containers, palletized cargo, and other bulk cargo. Operating as a density imager against the threat posed by Weapons of Mass Destruction, smuggling of stowaways, and conventional weapons, VACIS® detects threats through the projection of shapes, objects, or densities that are inconsistent with customs declarations and shipping documents.


Mutualink, Inc.

Approved: September 29, 2015 | Expires: October 31, 2020

Mutualink, Inc. provides Mutualink (the "Technology"). The Technology is an interoperability multimedia communications sharing product that securely connects disparate communication and media sources together for real-time collaboration. The Technology includes training, user manuals, creation, evaluation, exercise and use of concept of operations and standard operating procedures in concert with customers, roll call and table top exercises, live incident user and operational assistance as requested and other customer support services.


Harris Corporation and Exelis Inc.

Approved: September 21, 2015 | Expires: September 30, 2020

Harris Corporation and Exelis Inc. provide Operations and Maintenance (“O&M”) of the Tethered Aerostat Radar System (“TARS”) program (the “Technology”). The Technology is a set of services including program management, operations, maintenance, mission support, and life-cycle management support, and personnel training. The Technology includes the day-to-day operation at contract specific sites as well as a TARS Control Center that is active 24 hours per day/seven days per week, a Program Management Office, and a repair depot and warehouse facility known as the TARS Support Center.


Ilitch Holdings, Inc.

Approved: September 21, 2015 | Expires: October 31, 2020

Ilitch Holdings, Inc., Olympia Entertainment, Inc., and the Detroit Tigers, Inc. provide the Security Program for Comerica Park (the “Technology”). The Technology is a comprehensive integrated security system which is comprised of physical and electronic security measures, tools, and procedures designed to detect, deter, prevent, respond to, and mitigate Acts of Terrorism at Comerica Park during Game Day, Non-Game Day (In-Season), Non-Season, and Special Events. The Technology includes the selection and maintenance of electronic security measures and the hiring, vetting, training, and management oversight of its employees and contractors.


Universal Protection Service, LP, and Universal Protection Service, LLC

Approved: September 21, 2015 | Expires: March 31, 2017

Universal Protection Service, LP, and Universal Protection Service, LLC provide Shopping Mall Security Services (the “Technology”). The Technology consists of physical security project management and trained security officers at retail commercial facilities. The Technology also includes training manuals, guides, and other materials.


Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. (“HTSI”) and Honeywell International Inc.

Approved: August 25, 2015 | Expires: August 31, 2020

Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. (“HTSI”) and Honeywell International Inc. provide Physical Security Services (the “Technology”). The Technology consists of the design, installation, and maintenance of physical security systems, including: intrusion detection systems, video surveillance systems, facility security barrier systems and gate operators, perimeter security and surveillance systems, wide area mass notification systems (e.g., Giant Voice), and cargo screening systems. The Technology is deployed for Federal Government users. The Technology also includes the selection of physical security system hardware and software, selection and oversight of subcontractors, and all technical manuals developed for use with the Technology.