EODT Awarded Contract to Provide Security Services to Canadian Embassy In The Republic of South Africa

February 19, 2010

LENOIR CITY, Tenn., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ — EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) has been awarded a contract by the High Commission of Canada to provide security services to the Canadian Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa. The one year contract has three option years and is valued at $650,000 USD.

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Under the contract, EODT will provide security and armed response services at the embassy to control access and deter criminal attacks against Government of Canada personnel and Canadian facilities and equipment. The scope of the contract also includes providing security at the residence of the Canadian Ambassador.

“With this award, EODT continues to demonstrate our exceptional security capabilities, especially at the diplomatic level,” said Matt Kaye, EODT president and CEO. “We are well aware of the kinds of security and precautions associated with diplomatic missions worldwide and especially in South Africa, and are confident we will provide the highest level of professional security services.”

This is the second contract award for EODT to provide security services to embassies in South Africa. Currently, the Company secures the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria, in addition to three U.S. Consulates in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban.

About EODT

EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) is an employee-owned, ISO 9001:2008 registered professional services company providing strategic stability operations support and integrated critical mission solutions that ensure the safety and operational readiness of government and corporations worldwide. Headquartered in Lenoir City, TN, EODT has a global presence with offices in Washington, D.C.; Huntsville, AL; Tucson, AZ; Baghdad, Iraq; Kabul, Afghanistan; Lagos, Nigeria; Pretoria, Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town, South Africa; and San Jose, Costa Rica.


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