MTNGS to supply redeployable SCIF to US DoD

3 August 2012 (Last Updated August 3rd, 2012 03:45)

MTN Government Services (MTNGS) has received a contract for the delivery of a re-deployable secure operations centre (RSOC) to the US Department of Defense (DoD).

MTN Government Services (MTNGS) has received a contract for the delivery of a re-deployable secure operations centre (RSOC) to the US Department of Defense (DoD).

The RSOC is a modular, mobile facility scheduled to be used by the DoD as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

Under the terms of the undisclosed contract, the company will work together with DoD to supply a turnkey, fully configured SCIF, equipped with all power, low-voltage and security infrastructure, to help reduce integration by the user.

Additional services along with each RSOC system purchase include project management, equipment installation, accreditation support and testing in support of the RSOC implementation.

MTNGS president James Ramsey said the RSOC meets the toughest security requirements, which are considered for building the secure operations facility.

''Our modular RSOC will help this DoD Agency rapidly establish a secure communications centre wherever and whenever it is needed, with the ability to resize and reconfigure the system to meet the unique requirements of each deployment or mission," Ramsey added.

The RSOC is a modular, mobile facility scheduled to be used by the DoD as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

The self-standing SCIF can take multiple disassemblies and redeployments without degradation, enabling highly secure and classified operations at the location of deployment almost anywhere.

Designed to exceed intelligence community directive (ICD) 705 SCIF and JAFAN 6/9 SAPF physical security standards, the RSOC requires only a few days for assembly and can be drop-shipped into any environment, such as an office, warehouse, vehicle or hotel room.

Built using 4in-thick modular panels welded with inner and outer steel, the facility uses high-density insulation along with a unique sound-masking device and RFI shielding to better sound-attenuation standards.

A customisable single point of entry enables safe penetration of power, data and voice connections to meet requirements for CONUS, OCONUS and MIL-SPEC connections.